sex, death

and shopping

Does the Soho of decades past - fiercely independent, occasionally seedy, always flamboyant - still exist? Well, it does ... if you know where to look. We now lead walking tours of Soho, delving into the area's dark past and exciting present. 
 

Our Sex, Death and Shopping tour covers scandals of yesteryear through to present-day erotica - taking in hidden gardens, sinister histories, and little-known facts of famous places. 

Soho might be very much on the beaten track, but the area still has secrets to uncover. Did you know the Marlboro Man has his origins in Soho? What the hut on Soho Square was for? Or which building has a 17th century plague pit with 20,000 skeletons lying underneath it? 

As for the shopping side of things, Robbins takes his tours via some of the boutiques and start-ups proving Soho still has an independent spirit: you might visit the craftsmanship of Peckham Rye tailors or the erotic stylings of Coco de Mer. 

A bit sinister. A bit salacious. And exceedingly well-tailored. It's a tour to have you falling in love - or lust - with this part of London all over again. 

Experience includes:

. a guided tour with a maximum of 10 guests.
. designed and led by ex-Museum of London director Antony Robbins
. the tour will lead you through Soho's sinister and salacious history