MUSIC MOVIES MURDER AND MAYHEM
A walk down Seven Sisters Road and up Holloway Road,discover the hidden delights of one of Londons' most fascinating areas,a traffic choked commuter hell? not a bit of it,scratch the surface and theres all kinds of things to astound and fascinate you.
Where was George Davis not innocent?,Where did Jimi burn his first guitar?,Where did the Medellin cartel do their banking?where was Electronlc music pioneered above a shop? The Crucible of the British Film industry?Picture Palaces?Don McCullin and Teddy Boy outrages?Murdered coppers?Joe Orton?Michael X?The hardest street in North London?
It will soon be North Londons premier attraction so go on it now so you can say you went when it was good!!!! so join me Aidan McManus on the Music Movies Murder and Mayhem walking tour,a 90 minute stroll through historic/hysteric North London.
Finsbury Park Tube 12 noon £9 outside the Arsenal club shop,see you there!
Walk goes ahead whatever the weather
A walk down the seven sisters road an area of london i wasn't familiar with before. an excellent entertaining and informative tour
Another fabulous walk/tour with Aidan. Learned a lot of interesting facts about North London near where I was born. Once again Aidan was polite, charming, entertaining and very informative about the local history from Finsbury Park - Highbury & Islington.
Another very enjoyable guided walk with Aidan, giving an insight into London that you won't find in any guide books
Aidan proved to be extremely knowledgeable about the area surrounding Holloway Road, particularly in respect of the cinemas that once abounded there. He was able to impart information in an interesting and humorous way, whilst keeping to the main subject matter of the walk. I would certainly recommend this walk to others.
An intriguing tour by a very funny and knowledgable Londoner. The fact that Aidan enjoys telling stories so much is very evident in his energy. In the icy wind, cold and rain on Holloway Road we all had a good time and actually laughed!...which i think is quite an achievment! Definitely doing the Soho one next!