Brick Lane Tour - Multicultural Mixing Pot

Brick Lane Tour - Multicultural Mixing Pot

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

Sat, 24th Feb 2018
Sun, 25th Feb 2018
Tue, 27th Feb 2018
Wed, 28th Feb 2018
Sat, 3rd Mar 2018

Join Pete on his fascinating walking tour taking in the sights and sounds of Brick Lane and the lesser known streets of this vibrant community.

This multicultural area, a primer for trade unions, women’s equality and the Labour party is no longer a melting pot of the poor but now trendy and expensive.

Hear about the sinister tales of Jack the Ripper and the philanthropists that changed the face of the east-end, and the world. Visit a Mosque that has had a very long, multi-faith history and a school with a ghastly secret.

Hear about a truly engrossing mystery involving a man’s disappearance from a room locked from the outside, and the legacy left by the different waves of immigrants to this most fascinating part of the East End.

Cost: £12


Contact and Booking Details

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Europe/London Brick Lane Tour - Multicultural Mixing Pot Join Pete on his fascinating walking tour taking in the sights and sounds of Brick Lane and the lesser known streets of this vibrant community. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/02/21/brick-lane-tour-multicultural-mixing-pot-150570 Aldgate Station,Aldgate High Street,,London

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Location

Aldgate Station,

Aldgate High Street, London, EC3N 1AH

Google Map of Aldgate Station

Nearest tube and train stations to Aldgate Station

Metropolitan
District
Hammersmith & City

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