For all its glories, like any city, London has a more sinister side. If you’re looking to satisfy a burgeoning sense of morbid curiosity, then grab an intrepid companion and venture off the beaten track for this Blood and Tears: London's Horror Walking Tour for Two. Covering all manner of unsavoury characters, locations and theories, this highly entertaining tour will have you thrilled from the heart-stopping chills. You’ll follow in the footsteps of a collection of London serial killers, including the globally infamous Jack the Ripper. You’ll take a jaunt to various execution sites, hear tell of grave robbers, explore conspiracy theories and discover secret tunnels. Your highly knowledgeable guide for the day is also both an actor and researcher – having written ‘Bloody London’ on the tour’s subject matter, so he’ll have more than a few tales to make your blood curdle! A highly engaging and brilliantly received tour, you’ll be gripped throughout and time will fly as you venture down London’s dark alleyways and hidden corners, each with a creepy tale to tell, yet never far from the hustle and bustle of modern day city life, oblivious to the horrors that are close by. What's Included? Blood and Tears: London's Horror Walking Tour for Two Explore London’s frightfully chequered past Expert tour guide Not for the faint hearted Experience gift pack Cancellation indemnity What happens on the day? On the day of your tour, you will meet your expert tour guide outside of the Barbican tube station. He’ll be identifiable by the horror tour sign he has on his rucksack. From here you will embark on your unforgettable tour, taking in some of London’s most sinister haunts. The tour will last for approximately 2 hours and wraps up close to Holborn tube station. Participant guidelines Minimum age: 12 (under 16s need to be accompanied by a paying adult) The tour is unfortunately not suitable for those with mobility difficulties The experience content, equipment used and restrictions may vary Availability This experience takes place on selected Wednesdays at 19.00, Thursdays at 19.00 and Fridays at 19.00. We recommend you book at least one week in advance to ensure that dates are available. All bookings are subject to availability. Please allow approximately 2 hours for the whole experience. What should I wear? You are advised to wear comfortable clothes and comfortable walking shoes suitable for the weather. What about the weather? The tour runs in virtually all weather conditions. The tour would only be cancelled in very extreme weather conditions such as snow, ice, lightning or very high winds and the tour provider would inform any customers by email/telephone with as much notice as possible in these circumstances and offer a list of dates to reschedule to for free. Cancellation of the tour due to extremes of weather is exceptionally rare. Additional information Please be aware that this is a horror tour and not for the faint hearted, with many gruesome topics described in graphic detail. What about insurance? The centres contracted with us hold public liability insurance. We also hold contingency liability cover. You will not be liable for accidental damage to equipment, except where damage has been caused as a result of recklessness or wilful negligence. A cancellation indemnity, subject to terms, is included with every voucher. How it works All you have to do is pay for the experience you wish to purchase and we’ll send a voucher and booking information to you or directly to the recipient, then you just need to check the info and book your experience. Locations London - Barbican StationPlease Note: If you’re purchasing a NEW Experience you will be entitled to the validity stated within this description. If/when you are within 3 months of the voucher expiry date and there are still restrictions in place, Virgin Experience Days are offering free extensions to allow the customer to use at a later date. They are reviewing this regularly in line with Government advice and updates.
This is not just a tour, bur interactive theater on the streets! Accompanied by a tour guide throughout, the group meets an actor improvising four or five different characters from history along the way.
As a former Jacobite on season 2, I have some unique insights others guides may not. I also hold a Whisky Ambassador qualification so we can learn about the national drink along the way in between locations. As a professional entertainer for over 20 years, I can promise you're tour will be interesting and always fun! Some tour guides only have facts to deliver but I feel getting to know the Scottish people and our sense of Humour is every bit as important.
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John Barrymore's performance in this classic 1920 adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel, caused many critics at the time to acclaim him the greatest screen actor yet. With virtually no make up and minimal camera trickery, Barrymore relied on his considerable acting skills and his ability to contort his features (to the extent of dislocating his jaw) in order to make the transformation from the handsome, respectable Dr Jekyll, to the hideous, debased Mr Hyde. A veritable tour de force.