Jack the Ripper's London

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

Fri, 20th Jan 2017
Sat, 21st Jan 2017
Sun, 22nd Jan 2017
Mon, 23rd Jan 2017
Tue, 24th Jan 2017

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

London's waking nightmare of murder... He came silently out of the midnight shadows of August 31, 1888.

Watching. Stalking. Butchering raddled, drink-sodden East End prostitutes. Leaving a trail of blood that led... nowhere.

Yes, something wicked this way walked, for this is the Ripper's slashing grounds.

We evoke that autumn of gaslight and fog, of menacing shadows and stealthy footsteps as we inspect the murder sites, sift through the evidence – in all its gory detail – and get to grips, so to speak, with the main suspects.

N.B. the walk ends just a few minutes' walk from Liverpool Street Station. And indeed, just a few minutes' walk from Aldgate East Tube Stop, if that's more convenient for you.


Meet by the "Tower Hill Tram" coffee stand.

Cost: £10

Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

No need to book tickets - just turn up on the day.

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English Heritage Plaque - Clayton, Reverend P.t.b. "tubby" (1885-1972),

43 Trinity Square, Tower Hill, London, London, EC3N 4DJ

Google Map of English Heritage Plaque - Clayton, Reverend P.t.b. "tubby" (1885-1972)

Nearest tube and train stations to English Heritage Plaque - Clayton, Reverend P.t.b. "tubby" (1885-1972)

Tower Hill
Fenchurch Street
Tower Gateway

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