Twists & Turns: The Places which inspired Oliver Twist

The Charles Dickens Museum
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When

Sunday 28th of August 2022

Event Times

11.00am (BST)

Admission

£12

Venue Information

Charles Dickens Museum
48 - 49 Doughty Street, WC1N 2LX

Nearest Stations

Russell Square 0.36 miles

Website

https://dickensmuseum.com/blogs/all-events/twists-and-turns-the-places-that-inspired-oliver-twist

On this walk we follow in Dickens’s footsteps as he wandered the streets near his home, seeing places and hearing about people and events that inspired him to write 'Oliver Twist.' We will explore the area long associated with political protest where Oliver is accused of robbing Mr Brownlow as he browses at a bookstall. We walk the streets which once housed some of the worst slums in London and see where Dickens set Fagin’s den of thieves. Discover London’s criminal underbelly of pickpockets, prostitutes and murderers and see the sites of courts, prisons and executions, all of which Dickens saw and wrote about in Oliver Twist.

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