Join us on a walk to explore the clues around the infamous murders of Jack the Ripper, with the Jack specialist guide, John Steele on Tuesday 2 October at 6:00 pm.
Marking 130 years since the notorious crimes, we will be visiting the locations of the murders and even have a drink at the pub where Jack almost certainly frequented.
Still unsolved after all these years, the taunting Jack letters were sent to the police in the September and October of 1888 and we will be witnesses to the recreated events of that time.
So join us on our quest to discover the facts and fiction around one of the most famous unsolved crimes in history.
This will be a fun event and I know you will enjoy it!
£20 per person, includes a donation to the Lord Mayor’s Appeal as part of the City Giving Day initiative.
There will be an opportunity to purchase a drink at the Ten Bells pub and at the end of the walk, fish and chips at Poppies - at your own cost-where John will hold a question and answer session.
The meeting point is the Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High St, London E1 7QX. The nearest tube station is Aldgate East. The tour will take approximately 1½ hours and will finish at Poppies in Spitalfields.