Below are some Charnowalks blog posts. Some explore subjects from my tours; others reflect on the value of guiding. Please click HERE to get access to my very own blog!
Blog Posts – Footprints of London
All the World’s a Stage
Theatrical impresario Peter Daubeny brought World Theatre to London, especially with his World Theatre Seasons at the Albery theatre. Read the post here and take a look at this tour.
Henry VIII’s Crisis of Supremacy
1538 proved a crisis point in Henry VIII’s establishment of himself as the Supreme Head of the English Church, a move which tore the country in two. Read the post here and take a look at this tour.
The Queen and the Green
This post considers one of Bethnal Green’s hidden gems – the decorative and important Queen Adelaide’s Dispensary, the parish’s first hospital. Read the post here and take a look at this tour.
Selected posts from LinkedIn:
New York Medieval Times
After two successful runs of Before the Make-Over for groups of students from New York University, this post reflects on the value of guided tours for educational establishments. Read the post HERE.
Another Wrap for Walkie Talkie
A reflection on the Walkie Talkie course and the development of the Walkie Talkie initiative, working to develop a structured guiding culture in Tower Hamlets. Read the post HERE.
The Language of the Streets
Following an outing of A Dickens of a City and The Ripper Enigma for an Italian school group, this post reflects on the benefits of guiding to a programme of language education. Read the post HERE.
The Word on the Streets
With ‘Page and Stage’ Sundays looming, this is a reflection on the experience of tours which feature site-specific readings. Read the post HERE.