Born in Wales and dying in New York's Greenwich Village on Nov 9 1953, Dylan Thomas described his stints in London as 'capital punishment' - but, as Blue Badge guide Simon Rodway argues on this walk, it was in Fitzrovia that the bibulous poet invented himself. Commemorate the 60th anniversary of the death of one of the 20th century's great writers on this stroll among his old haunts on and around Charlotte Street. The walk begins at Warren Street tube station.
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