am an American expat, who has lived in London for 15 years. I have
been an Anglophile all my life. I am a DJ and a fashion designer who has
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This Funzing Experience:
The only Album Cover Pub Crawl in London! Spend the afternoon with other music and pub lovers. Starting at Berwick Street in Soho, where Oasis's 'What's the Story Morning Glory?' was photographed, we will crawl our way around mostly North London, stopping at several pubs along the way.
In-between seeing where The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars was photographed to the location of The Clashes first album cover, we will also see where a couple of Madness albums were photographed. We will also be stopping off at several Samuel Smith pubs to quench our thirst from all the walking! We will finish off in Camden Town and have a pint at the official Madness pub! The tour will end up in Camden, where you can continue on to other pubs, bars, clubs etc.
Please note that this is a pub crawl and not appropriate for under 18s.
The only Album Cover Pub Crawl in London! Spend the afternoon with other music and pub lovers. Starting at Berwick Street in Soho, where Oasis's 'What's the Story Morning Glory?' was photographed, we will crawl our way around mostly North London,...
See the locations of famous album covers
Try some real ale
Learn about music history
Meet fellow music lovers
Past Funzing Participants:
This host received 21 reviews for their other Funzing experiences
We really enjoyed our tour on a Friday evening! Alison's love for Camden and her enthusiasm for the bands and artists who lived and played there brought it to life. It was great that we had a couple of pub stops on the walk. Thanks Alison. Big hugs! x
This interesting and affordable tour was expertly guided by Alison. Presenting heaps of interesting and not widely known facts, and occasional refreshing stops at historic pubs, she told us numerous stories about our favourite bands. I would definitely recommend it, even to people who think that they know Camden very well, such as myself, having lived and worked there for a number of years.