The William Blake Walk is a definitive guide to the Central London sites where William Blake lived, worked, studied and died in the years 1757-1827.
It was favourably reviewed by legendary Soho author Nigel Richardson in the Sunday Times, and listed number one in the literary section of the Sunday Telegraph's Great British Walks.
The sites of Blake's birth, baptism, and death are unforgettably moving, as is his one surviving house in Mayfair.
McDevitt transforms the neoliberal wilderness of W1 with his Blakean expertise and repertoire of songs, poems, stories.
Meeting Sun 7 Oct at the junction of Oxford Street and South Molton Street. (Bond Street tube). 2pm. £10. PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS.