Capturing Medieval London: A Trail – LECTURE

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Date / time: 15 March, 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

St Giles Cripplegate

Capturing Medieval London: A Trail - LECTURE


Join School of Advanced Study, University of London, Inclusion, Participation and Engagement Fellow Charlotte Rudman on this trail through the medieval remains of the City of London. The event will involve a 3.5 hour walk, starting at St. Giles Cripplegate and ending at All Hallows by the Tower museum and crypt.

This photography trail focuses on how we ‘capture’ the medieval past through the camera lens. With that in mind, please bring a device that you are able to take photos on e.g., smartphone, digital and film cameras, Polaroids etc.

The route will be outside on mostly flat pavement but there will be moments of steep steps, inclines and uneven ground, particularly when accessing churches and the Thames path. Suitable footwear and clothing for outdoor activities should be worn. The route is likely to be busy so please be prepared for changes in pace. There will be a pause halfway through for opportunity to break and most stops have a place to sit. Handouts will be provided when needed.

The event will be filmed, and you may appear in pictures people take throughout the walk. While we will do our best to accommodate those not wishing to be filmed, please bare this in mind.

If anyone wants to share images or continue the conversation, please do join after for a drink after the trail in The Crutched Friar, on Crutched Friars, London.

If you have any specific accessibility requirements, please note these on the booking form or contact directly.

For more information and to register, please visit:

Please note this event will not go ahead if the weather is not suitable – you will be contacted 24hrs before.