Tuesday, February 28, 2006

The Blake Walk

A fantastic chance to get a glimpse at New Jerusalem! Actor, Artist and friend of William Blake Neill McDevitt takes you to the "William Blake Walk".

You will hear marvellous recitals of some of the genius Blakes poetry at original locations. Niall will guide you through the old center of London and you will see the only still existing house, where William Blake lived.

It is in South Molton Street.

On of these windows William Blake was leaning, having a break from engraving the poem Jerusalem. It seemed to happen only yesterday....

You havent seen England and you havent seen London as long as you didnt do the Blake Walk and dive into the world of one of the greatest genius who touched the surface of the earth.

For the very reasonable price of 10 pound you will be guided through stations of William Blakes life. (Note there is a minimum charge of 40 pound for each tour!) Make sure that you are fit: The tour lasts around 4 hours and Niall is more of a fast walking guide!
There is always a chance and you like, you can get lots of extras, as we saw the monumental paintings of Barry in the auditorium of the royal academy of arts.

Just make an appointment in time with Niall. Its really woth doing it!

Niall McDevitt


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Blogger dcostian said...

Congratulations to all the contributors of the blog! It is such a wonderful site - perhaps one of the best I've ever seen - it's obviously divinely inspired.

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Blogger saint crazy said...

Finally people understand. Blake's teachings are that of the divines. If only the rest of the world understood what we do.

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Blogger Lady Jane said...

Oh! My! God! I am from the United States and have been a fan of William Blake for YEARS. I cannot believe such a place exists! Oh goodness, if I ever go to England, this will be the first place in my itinerary! Thank you SO much for sharing!

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