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The 1970s saw punk erupt onto the streets of Chelsea. The King’s Road became a hub for all things punk, as artists, fashion icons and musicians flocked to the area.
From Vivienne Westwood’s iconic SEX boutique to Malcolm McLaren’s headquarters, the history and legacy of the punk movement live on, offering up a fascinating story.
Steven Szymanski highlights the punk heritage of Chelsea, allowing attendees to relive the days of counterculture, self-expression and rebellion.
The tour starts and ends at the National Army Museum. It will last around two hours.
Steven Szymanski is a London Blue Badge Tour Guide whose fascination for London’s history shines through. He specialises in tours that highlight London’s modern musical heritage and is also an expert on London transport and the impact of the First and Second World War.