Who's The Man? How is he controlling us? The Power Walk surveys London’s shifting landscape of power. From monarchs to management, we’ll investigate the capital’s users and abusers of authority. We’ll consider their methods of intimidating, manipulating and controlling us. And we’ll hear about the successes and failures of those who have sought to bring the mighty to account.
Scheduled 2018 dates : Thursday 22 March, Thursday 3 May,Thursday 11 October and Thursday 1 November. Private Tours available on request 5 days a week.
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- This tour is provided by Dotmaker Tours. Cancellation deadline is 72 hours prior to the tour date
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- Somerset House
- St. Paul's Churchyard
Meet : On Somerset House riverside terrace, by the war memorial
End: by St Paul’s Cathedral. Duration: 2 hours (approx)
Suitable for: This gentle two mile walk is suitable for adults. It involves going up and down steps. Note to Nordic walkers and fitness enthusiasts: Leave your lycras and poles at home – it’s not that kind of power walk!
The Power Walk draws on English constitutional history, law, politics, economics and architecture to investigate the dynamics of power in central London.