Murder Mile Walks - LONDON'S FORGOTTEN HISTORY
"...one of the best quirky, curious & unusual things to do in London"
18 Denmark Place. Denmark Street (known locally as Tin Pan Alley) and Denmark Place is where bands such as The Rolling Stones, The Sex Pistols and Jimi Hendrix lived and recorded many of their most famous hits. But on 16th August 1980, this street became famous for a much grislier reason.
It was here, at 18 Denmark Place, that London witnessed what is widely regarded as the "deadliest blaze since the Blitz", with 37 people dead and close to 100 injured, in just one night. But who started this fire? Why did so many die? But - more importantly - why has "London's deadliest fire and mass-murder" been forgotten, unrecognised and almost entirely erased from history?
Murder Mile Walks is the only walking tour, which has investigated and tells the true, untold and forgotten story of "London's deadliest fire".
Murder Mile Walks is a guided tour of Soho's most notorious murder cases, hailed as "one of the top three themed walks in London" - Time Out magazine, "top 100 quirky & unusual things to do in London" - Curious London, and "definitely one of the best walks in London" - TripAdvisor, with five star reviews on TripAdvisor. Check out our reviews here.