A radical walk around King’s Cross


The blue plaque nearby at 36 Tavistock Place, WC1

The local socialist café Firebox is holding a walking tour celebrating the radical history of the area this Saturday. Marx and Lenin were both said to have been partial to a drink in the Water Rats on Gray’s Inn Road after a studious day in the British Library.

The tour will be guided by Reuben Bard-Rosenberg, a history PhD student at King’s College London and enthusiast of English radical history.

Meet at Firebox (Cromer Street) at 12 noon on Saturday 16 August – cost of tour £4 on arrival. Booking essential. Places are limited, to book text 07581 418 837 or email info@fireboxlondon.net

See also:
Hot corner: ‘revolutionary socialists’ open centre

About Clare Hill

Clare is a writer and editor who lived in King’s Cross for a decade. She is passionate about local history, transport and food. Contact Clare by commenting on her posts or go to http://www.clarehill.net
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2 Responses to A radical walk around King’s Cross

  1. Steve Bonallie says:

    Ah, The Water Rats.

  2. Celebration!? What a bunch of fools. Might as well as go pay homage to Hitler (another radical socialist). Things like this disgust me about the fools in my local area.

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