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Liars' Tour List 2024

Bankside walking tour (AKA Bankside Balderdash)

Bankside neighbourhood walking tour. Borough Market to Oxo Tower past Globe, Tate Modern, Clink and Millennium Bridge, expect bear baiting, theatrics and London folklore on this Thames guided tour.

Borough liars' walking tour (AKA Borough Bluffers)
Southwark and Borough guided walking tour. Borough tube to London Bridge past the Marshelsea, CrossBones Graveyard, and Guys Hospital, lots of literary lies, medical mendacity and fake folklore.

Blackfriars walking tour (AKA Liars Around Blackfriars)
Guided neighbourhood tour of Blackfriars covers herds of feral swine, mafia hits and strange religions. Our interactive Blackfriars walk features Blackfriars’ Bridge, Ireland Yard and the river Fleet. If you fail to spot the fibs you may end up speaking Welsh, dancing Scottish or singing Jerusalem.

Bloomsbury neighbourhood walking tour (AKA Museum Mendacity)
A fun guided walking tour between Euston and St. Giles via Russell Square that features strange ghosts, substance abuse, literary greats and violent street disorder.

Brixton liars’ walking tour (AKA Brixton baloney)
Alternative walking tour of Brixton features music halls, shopping, electricity, music and immigration. You get to win prizes, sing Bowie, dance rave and speak polari.

SE5 walking tour (AKA Lies to tell in Camberwell)
Guided liars' tour of Camberwell and Denmark Hill featuring beauties, theatres, art and wickedness. All’s well in Camberwell as the borough crest says.

Walking tour from Aldgate to Monument (AKA Fenchurch St Fabrications)
Fun walking tour from Fenchurch Street to Monument that is full of delicious deceptions and dodgy dissimulations about the river Thames, executions, zoos, royalty and cheese.

Chelsea walking tour (AKA Made Up in Chelsea)
Interactive walking tour starts at Sloane Square and this alternative Chelsea walk goes up the Kings Road and ends at the Thames. It might mention Made in Chelsea, lavatory humour, secret agents, phantom Eskimos, wombats, ultra violence and suicidal sea captains.

Clapham Common walking tour (AKA Clapham Claptrap)
Fun tour of SW4 features migration, moments of madness, Morrissey and much more. Guided walking tour starts at Clapham South and ends at the Old Town.

Alternative walking tour of Clerkenwell (AKA Clerkenwell Charades)
A guided walking tour of Clerkenwell that features revolutionary heroes, from Lenin to the Regency revolutionaries. There are crusading ambulance drivers, as well as the opportunity to dance rave and speak Welsh on this walk around the old Clerk’s Well.

Alternative Fleet Street Tour (AKA Fleet Street Fakes)

Guided walk from St Brides to Holborn (or vice versa) featuring cross-eyed statues, smutty stories, ancient giants and lots of literary tales on this guided walking tour through the heart of London’s old newspaper district.


Hammersmith Hoaxes walking tour
Liars' walking tour of Hammersmith featuring cross dressing escaping slaves, forgotten serial killers, lost docks, Russian revolutionaries and, of course, Ziggy Stardust. All this and a beautiful bridge, gorgeous riverside and a strange ghost.


Alternative Holborn Walking Tour (AKA Holborn Humbug)
Fun walking tour of Lincoln’s Inn Fields and Holborn featuring lost erotica, abandoned nightclubs, crusaders, lawyers and dead poets as well as the opportunity to sing Bowie songs, dance techno and pose saucily.

Guided tours of Kensington (AKA W8 Whoppers)
Interactive walking tour of Kensington High Street and Kensington Gardens featuring spies, royalty, shopping and some Carry On characters as well as your chance to insult strangers, joust and start a very small fire. Or we have another fun walking tour at South Kensington.

London Bridge Area walking tour ( AKA Made up around the Monument )
Fun guided tours starting at The Monument and going under London Bridge, over Southwark Bridge and Millennium bridge. These Thameside walking tours feature the north and south banks of the river, Tate Modern, Globe and / or Borough Market. Ideal liars' tour for first time visitors to London interested in history, good views and prizes.

Limehouse area walking tour (Lee Valley Leg Pulls)
Guided walking tour in the old docklands of London with top tales of British cinema, literature and politics, all on one place on the Limehouse cut. Learn about London’s original Chinatown and how an old sailor’s mission influenced punk rock.

Piccadilly area guided walking tour ( AKA Trafalgar Travesties)
Fun walking tour from Trafalgar Square to Green Park via St James’ Park. See some of London's top sights and hear stories of Piccadilly warriors, gay languages, Nazi dogs, naval heroes and lovesick gardeners who are all are amongst the cast on this stroll. Given the adult themes this is a good tour for hen nights or stag dos.

Waterloo area walking tour (AKA South Bank Shenanigans)
Guided tour from Waterloo to Westminster Bridges You get to be an assassin, talk like a Liverpudlian, sing Jerusalem and reveal secrets to strangers on this guided walking tour of London’s south bank.

Interactive walking tour of St James’ (St James’ Slander)
A whole series of royal love stories in reverse, peculiar couplings and bizarre love triangles on this fun walking tour along the Mall and Pall Mall.

Spitalfields Walking Tours (AKA Eastern Evasions)

Guided walk around Spitalfields Market featuring some truly barking tales of lost cats, hidden weapons, migration, market traders and using guide books aggressively.

Strand fun walking tour (AKA Charing Cross Calumny)
A guided walking tour from Somerset house to Charing Cross that features daft statues, strange buildings, odd shops and all manner of improbable London stories. You get to eat oranges, walk like an Egyptian and smell the sewers of old London.

Wonderful Women of Waterloo Tour. Participatory tour with prizes and forfeits celebrating some of the history of Waterloo and  focusing on the wonderful women associated with the area. These include Emma Cons, Lillian Bayliss, Octavia Hill, Mary Sheepshanks and many others from the virtuous to the notorious. Strange tales, quirky facts and a 90 minute stroll starting at Emma Cons Park.


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