Poet-psychogeographer Niall McDevitt leads a walk of discovery along the Thames tracing the dazzling 700 year old history of poets and poetry in the area. 
The Elizabethans, the Romantics, the Decadents and the Beats feature in force.  
There are the geniuses of England - Marlowe, Shakespeare, Jonson - the geniuses of Europe - Heine, Rimbaud, Verlaine - and the geniuses of America - Melville, Ginsberg, Dylan; as well as a bonus Robbie Burns from Scotland.
Meet at 2pm in the churchyard of St Martin-in-the-Fields Church Path, off Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 4JJ. The walk will last approx. two and half hours and will finish in The Olde Cheshire Cheese close to Blackfriars tube. £10. Info 07722163823

Poetry Walk London: Saturday 28th July 2pm, 2018