The Joys of Lockdown

Spring 2021 has finally come and with it the promise that we can meet again, group together again, especially outdoors, which is what our literary tours are all about. We are so excited to get going, but it feels like we … Read More

St James’s and its Literary Gents

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When most Londoners think of a London region perfect for a literary tour, they think of Bloomsbury, Southwark, Soho or Chelsea. They don’t think of St James’s for two basic reasons. One, they forget about the fabulous London Library – or … Read More

Walking in London

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‘I love walking in London,’ said Mrs Dalloway. ‘Really, it’s better than walking in the country.’ The eponymous central character of Virginia Woolf’s 1925 novel takes a route through St James’s on her way to ‘buy the flowers herself’, and she … Read More

Opening Lines

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I ought to come up with a killer opening line. This being our first blog. Yes, after all the research and planning, not to mention building our website, London Literary Tours has gone live and we’re taking bookings. Hurrah! Gulp. So, … Read More