Charles Dickens London - Charles Dickens Ghost and his London
Charles Dickens London at the Dickens Museum, at Dickens's desk, on his chair, using his pen!
Greetings dear friends and welcome to my London. I give serious and humorous talks about the life and times of Charles Dickens and his London,




yours truly at the Dickens Museum, at Dickens's desk, on his chair, using his pen!Thank you for all the kind comments about the superbly presented piece on the BBC Inside Out programme- 


TALKS: (Formal or Humorous)

Introduction to the life and times of this great genius, and to the London he endured, loved and greatly influenced. Various alternatives to suit individual clients, serious or 'light', also available for younger groups and schools. Other subjects include 'Old London Bridge', 'Tower Bridge', 'London Docks'. Dickens and David Copperfield, His Most Famous Quotes.

Event Host: 
 Corporate events, weddings etc.
 
Pub Quiz Host:
 
 
VENUE: To Suit. I am happy to travel
 up to 50 miles. 
 


 also about the content of my new book, 'The Story Of St Katharine's'. If you want a host or guest speaker for your company do, wedding or whatever it may be, please contact me at chris716085@outlook.com





My new book chronicles its fascinating history, from:
1148 to 1825: Royal Hospital + Church founded / thrived. 
1825 Hospital demolished, 4000 + people evicted from Precinct.
1825-1828: Building + opening Telford's new St Katharine Docks.
1828 to 1960's: World famous Docks trading     luxury items, decline / closure.
1970's onwards: Redevelopment of Yacht Haven   + World Trade Centre.
2014: Today's beautiful Marina + its treasures   that we know and cherish.

Talk: St Katharine Docks And              Its History.
Venue: Lady Daphne, Thames              Barge, St Katharine Docks.
                     DATE:Friday 19th September, 
                              4.15 p.m. to 5.45 p.m.
The Talk will include discussion about:
St Katharine's Ancient Hospital: Closure in 1825.
Lady Daphne: Marvellous Venue.
St Katharine's Twenty Treasures: Around today's Docks for all to appreciate. For further details, please follow this link.


TALK: Stories From The Docks, H.M.S. President
Sun 21 Sept, 1.30pm - 3pm: 

I will be talking about The Story Of St Katharine's and Georgina Young will be talking about West India Docks and Docklands Museum
For further details, please follow this link:


Greetings from Charles Dickens LondonBook Signing at Cafe Rouge, St Katharine Docks, every Thursday, from 10 a.m. to                                       12.30 p.m. 
Do come along if you would like your copy of the book signed, or to chat about our local history.
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