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16 September 2014

Walk Keats' Fleet

As part of the 'Totally Thames' Festival, literary walker and Curiocity bod Henry Eliot is leading a guided walk today, Thursday and Friday, themed around John Keats and the River Fleet, beginning at St Paul's Cathedral, and proceeding to the heights of Hampstead Heath.

Henry is an event-creator of strong pedigree, so it promises to be very interesting, tracing Keats' life along the length of the Thames tributary, beginning close to his birthplace in the City and ending at his famous London home, Keats House in Hampstead, reading the man's poetry along the way, with tickets just £8, including entry to Keats House, which is usually £5.50.

For more, see http://totallythames.org/events/info/keats-fleet

1 comment:

  1. I don't know what to be more hurt about - Keat's appallingly early death and his inability to marry the love of his life OR the threat to demolish this lovely Regency home. Grrrrrrrrr