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The Alfred Hitchcock London Locations Walk

Sandra Shevey`s magical 3-hour tour of Alfred Hitchcock`s London locations every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday year-round.


Sandra Shevey segues into the second decade of her by-now legendary Alfred Hitchcock London locations walk.

The walk runs every Monday, Wedesday and Saturday for 3 hours and departs at 11am. The cost is £25 excl Travelcard and bookings must be made in advance.

The walk will run throughout the Christmas and New Year period.

Playing excerpts from her 1972 audio interview with Alfred Hitchcock, Sandra expatiates about `what he was really like` whilst showcasing some of his original storyboards.

Locations from three memorable films are profiled: `Frenzy`, `The Man Who Knew Too Much` (1956) and `The Paradine Case`.

Sandra still leads all groups herself and inasmuch as they are kept small there is ample opportunity for questions.

Bookings in advance at sandra_shevey@yahoo.com


Speaker(s):

BA Sandra Shevey | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

19 January 2009 at 11:00 am

Duration:

3 hours

 

Venue:

Sandra Shevey Talks
POB 59911
London
SW16 2JR
0000000000000
http://www.geocities.com/sandra_shevey/hitchcock.html

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Tickets:

£25 excl Travelcard

Available from:

on the day in cash from Sandra

Additional Information:

Helps if you have seen the 3 films and also if you enjoy walking (being outdoors)

Walk is not an one-off but runs year-round 3 days pw.

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