In recent times, the City of London has been subjected to violence by those who believe it spawns inequality. But this is the latest phase in a history of direct action which has made the ancient City of London a truly unquiet city.
What made William Fitz Osbert a popular martyr in 1196?
What was really behind the events of 1381?
Were protesters able to Stop the City in 1984?
And did bloody revolt against Rome prove the making of London?
From Boudica’s revolt to Occupy London, this tour looks at the politics behind some of the moments of unrest that have disturbed London’s ancient heart.
Details – The Unquiet City
Please go to the SCHEDULE to see whether this tour is currently on offer, and for booking details.
MEET: In the porch of St Magnus Martyr Church, Lower Thames Street, EC3R 6DN (near to Monument Underground Station – use the Fish Street Hill Exit).
Duration: Two hours (approximately).
If you have any questions about this walk, please contact me
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