Arts & Culture

‘Liquid History’: The love letter exploring London’s pubs

From Shakespeare’s local to the bars which have been propped up by some of London’s most infamous characters – the capital has no shortage of pubs with history.

Some of those stories have now been captured in a love letter to the city’s timeless boozers.

Henry was given the enviable task of going on a crawl with the author of the book John Warland.

Liquid History is out now.

Just a warning – the video does contain flashing images.


Henry Thomas-Aldridge 7th October 2021

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