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The Vintage Guide To London | October 19, 2017

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Musical epicentre – a guide to 60s Soho

July 31, 2016 |

The Sixties saw an explosion of British music: Beatlemania swept the world, America was taken over by the British Invasion and London’s Soho was the centre of the international music scene. Oh how things have changed…Luckily many of the old Soho landmarks still remain, so if you are feeling nostalgic follow our guide to some of the most memorable locations of the Sixties music scene in London.
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Vintage walk: Soho Vice – Tasty Tales From London’s Red Light District

July 1, 2016 |

Back In The Day Walks’ Soho Vice Walk will introduce you to the notoriously sleazy side of Soho’s remarkable past.
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London Art Deco Tours

January 27, 2016 |

Join London tour guide Yannick Pucci on his London Unravelled Art Deco Tours exploring the  glamour and  functionality of 1920s and 1930s design.
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New vintage walk: Kensington in the 60s – Biba, Hendrix & co

April 11, 2015 |

Kensington today is best known as London’s smartest and most sophisticated shopping area. But back in the day it was very much part of the Swinging Sixties.
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Travel back to the 60s with a Soho vintage walk

February 24, 2014 |

Travel back in time to London during the Sixties with a Back In The Day Walk through Soho. Specialising in London-based guided walks, tour guide Barrie Greene – who was part of the Soho crowd during the Sixties himself – will take you back to the heartland of Swinging London, a place and time he himself remembers very fondly, back then he heard the music, he wore the clothes, he went to the clubs.

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London Walking Tour: The Men Who Made Menswear

February 11, 2014 |

Ever wanted to know why George ‘Beau’ Brummell became so famous? Or where Mr Fish popularised the kipper tie? Or the sartorial connection between Jan 30th 1969 and Feb 14 1969? Or why St James’s became associated with gentlemen’s outfitters in the first place? Or how the election of a Labour Government in 1945 lead to Teddy Boys? Or how the Marshall Street baths played a significant role in how today’s high street looks?

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