Sunday 16 June 2019, 14:30 to 17:00
Various locations around West London
Start from Ravenscourt Park Tube.
£18. Advance booking only. Only 15 places available, book early to avoid disappointment.
Discover the West London walks that inspired Nobel-prize-winning Irish poet, WB Yeats’s first great poems & plays, at the heart of a lively fin-de-siecle poetic, dramatic & artistic flourishing: a walk that takes in, en-route, Pissarro, Pope, Thackeray, Morris, Whistler, Stepniak, Shaw, Holst, Henley, other Yeats family members, sundry poetry presses, & much more, in the company of local poet, musician, literary critic & BBC Radio 4 reviewer Cahal Dallat (www.cahaldallat.com) starting from Ravenscourt Park tube station, via Upper Mall & Old Chiswick Churchyard to Bedford Park, the leafy 19th-century garden-suburb where Yeats grew up. (In association with Coffee-House Poetry at the Troubadour)