News filed under: Fleet Street

21st January 2013

Ghosts of Fleet Street will next be performed on Saturday 16th March. You can book tickets here.

This immersive guided tour, which has won praise from the Guardian and Press Gazette, traces the rise and fall of the British mass

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29th November 2012

With Lord Justice Leveson poised to publish his report on the future of the press, Dr Matthew Green looks back at 317 years of press freedom.  

‘Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to

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8th October 2012

I’m sure you all listen to In Our Time on Radio 4. Well, on Thursday 18th October the venerable Baron Bragg presented a fascinating program on William Caxton who, as anyone who’s been on our Fleet Street tour

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15th August 2012

The Guardian have given our new tour a rave review.

Ghosts of Fleet Street (formerly Hawkers, Harlots and Hacks) reveals the true and shocking story of how the English press sprouted from the depraved alleys of Fleet Street.

On the

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18th July 2012

The country’s leading Professor of Journalism, Roy Greenslade, has endorsed our new tour, to be unleashed on Sunday 29th July.  Hawkers, Harlots and Hacks traces the depraved history of Fleet Street’s media industry.

This is something Professor Greenslade

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