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Leo Hollis - The Stones of London - Part of 'Listen*Read*See London'

Wednesday 1st June 2011 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event

London's architecture holds the key to a rich and fascinating history. In The Stones of London, acclaimed historian Leo Hollis explores the city's hidden past through twelve buildings, from surviving Roman fragments to the glittering towers of the contemporary financial capital. Join him for a glimpse behind these buildings' facades to discover the people, ideas and events which have shaped one of the world's most enigmatic cities. Part of 'Listen*Read*See London'.

Tickets: Free, but need to be reserved by adding the required number to the basket below. No physical tickets will be issued: the order confirmation you will receive after you add ticket/s to your basket is your proof of reservation. Please choose the Free UK Standard despatch option during checkout.

 

Author image courtesy of Jerry Bauer

 

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