I present talks and guided walks based on the topics covered in my blog (in particular, the burial grounds of London) – please check back here for details of how to book.  If you are interested in inviting me to speak at your event, please get in touch using the contact form below.

Ragged School Museum and Novo Cemetery – a London Historians event, 22nd October 2019, 2pm

I will be presenting a talk about the wonderful Novo Cemetery, now located on the campus of Queen Mary, University of London, as part of this London Historians double-header.  We’ll visit the cemetery and learn about the Sephardic Jewish community who made their homes in London from the 17th Century onwards.

After visiting the cemetery, the group will visit the Ragged School Museum, housed in one of Dr Barnardo’s ragged schools, for a talk and a tour of the museum.

Tickets cost £15.00 (+£1.76 fee) or £12.00 (+£1.52 fee) for London Historians members and include entry to the Ragged School Museum – ticket link here.

Previous events

“In Search of the Gothic Revival” – a guided tour of West Norwood Cemetery, as part of London Month of the Dead
12th October 2019

“A New Way of Death” – a guided tour of Nunhead Cemetery, as part of London Month of the Dead
14th October 2017

“Southwark’s Lost Burial Grounds” – a guided tour around Southwark’s forgotten burial grounds and a special visit to the crypt beneath the chapel at Guy’s Hospital, on behalf of Southwark Cathedral
10th June 2017
4th November 2017
23rd June 2018
11th May 2019
3rd August 2019

“Isabella Holmes: Victorian London’s Cemetery Sleuth” – a lecture about the author of the 1896 book The London Burial Grounds
Guildhall Library
17th March 2016