1927 Pub Crawl: St John's Wood to Maida Vale

Monday 25 November 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Price for single attendee: £12.00

Geoff Brandwood reprises a classic pub crawl taking in three of London’s most glorious pubs fitted out at the end of the nineteenth century. At them all we can clearly see how pubs a century or so ago were planned and organised very differently from today. We begin at Crocker’s Folly in St John’s Wood with its opulent wood and marble and proceed to the scarcely less lavish Warrington, Maida Vale. We end at the Prince Alfred which has the unique survival of a series of little bars ranged around a servery, just as late Victorian Londoners like things. Meet at Crocker’s Folly, 24 Aberdeen Place, London NW8 8JR. Tube: Maida Vale or many buses on Edgware Road. At the end the Prince Alfred is very near Warwick Avenue tube station. £12. Booking required.*

 


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1927 Pub Crawl: St John's Wood to Maida Vale


Event code: 1927

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