Walking Tours in London
Sean Patterson’s unconventional walks combine architecture, literature, social history and psychogeography to bring London’s past, present and future to life.
Group walks and private walks available. Get in touch to discuss requirements!
Charles Booth Inspired Walks
Charles Booth inspired walks use Victorian philanthropist Charles Booth’s pioneering socio-economic study of London as we follow his actual routes and read from his notebook. Readings from famous diaries, literature and documents help to describe the past, present and future of each area.
The Charles Booth Inspired Deptford Walk is Royal Geographic Society’s most popular audio walk: http://www.discoveringbritain.org/walks/region/greater-london/london-deptford.html
Literature walks explore particular themes such as the urban mindset of Georgian Covent Garden, or the radical and religious history of Clerkenwell.
City of London/Westminster Walks
Private/educational walks available in London’s two Cities. Just ask!
Some October dates up now.
Sean’s Deptford walk featured on Michael Portillo on Great British Railway Journeys 2015 and his Whitechapel walk on Antiques Roadshow Detectives the following year.
Charles Booth Walks were involved in the research for the Assassin’s Creed game.
Lonely Planet ‘A thinking man’s tour’
Check out this latest Londonist article about the skull and crossbones in Deptford’s graveyard.
Listen to Sean discussing Greenwich and Deptford with Canadian podcaster Jason Bryden