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Come along for a guided walk on the comic genius Charlie Chaplin! On the walk I will tell you more about him, show you the houses he lived in, the Lambeth Workhouse where he stayed. We finish the walk at the place where he learnt his comedy walk!
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Kennington Underground Station, Kennington Park Road, London SE11 4JQ, England
Londoners are doubly lucky in their relationship with Charlie Chaplin, one of the most popular and important entertainers of the 20th century:
1 – He was born in London and spent much of his childhood and formative years there
2 – Many of the buildings,...More
An interesting and informative walk of the early life of Charlie Chaplin and his family. Robert, being dressed as Charlie was superb. His enthusiasm and knowledge of Charlie's life and career was brilliant.I would definetly recommend the walk to anyone. Great fun. We also had...More
I've done other tours with Robert, all very good, but this has to be my favourite. It was fascinating to find out about Chaplin's early life, see the places where he and his family lived, look at pictures of him as a boy, learn about...More
This was the most interesting walk that I have done with Robert. He dressed up as Chaplin on what was a cold and wet day. His knowledge was excellent and was delivered in an interesting way. It was fascinating to learn about his life living...More
Very interesting walk led by an obvious Chaplin expert and aficionado. Despite the cold wet weather Robert managed to keep the group entertained and we all learnt much about Chaplin's early life in London while walking around the streets he knew and lived in.
A very interesting and informative walk around London where Charlie Chaplin and his family lived in his early years. Such a sad childhood but Charlie came through and won the hearts of all the people who knew him and saw his fi!ms. Robert made Charlie...More
It was interesting look at Charlie early life and his parents.
Although enjoyable there was no real mention of his film career in the States or which films he stared in.But we did see the workhouse and 2 pubs associated with Charlie's father.
Date of experience: October 2017
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Robert C, Owner at Chaplin Walks, responded to this reviewResponded 23 October 2017
The walk was advertised as being 'on the early life of Charlie Chaplin', so the area where he was born, grew up and the people who affected/influenced him as a child. I did refer to some of his films during the walk (the Kid, The...More