Shakespeare: Take Him For All in All

Sunday 23 June, 2.30pm

Walking Tour 

Tickets £12 (concessions £9)

He was a man, take him for all in all,
I shall not look upon his like again.

(Hamlet Act One, Scene Two)


While Shakespeare is the stuff of legend, he was in so many ways a typical Londoner. Though an incomer, he became part of the London scene; though he rarely wrote about London, his plays are full of characters and situations his fellow citizens would recognise from their own daily lives.

In fact, to explore the story of Shakespeare in London is also to appreciate an exciting time in the City’s development, a time of social advancement and international development, with London at the centre of England’s coming of age.

Meet outside Exit 2 (the Cathedral exit) St Paul's Underground Station. The walk will take approximately 2 hours, and finishes near London Bridge Station.

© 2018 by Summer Music in City Churches

Website by Orchid Media

All photos by Helen Hooker

'Words & Music' calligraphy by Rosalind Wyatt

Artistic Directors: Jenny Robinson and Ian Maclay (Kestrel Music Promotions)

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