Musical Belgravia & Westminster Virtual Tour

Musical Belgravia & Westminster is written & hosted by Adam
The tour is conducted via Zoom and lasts approx 1 hour – 75 minutes
Tour invitations will be sent out 24 hours before the tour starts via email – please check your spam folders

Musical Belgravia & Westminster

with London Music Tours

UPDATE JANUARY 2023… Musical Belgravia & Westminster: A Virtual Tour is currently not on the calendar but CAN be booked as a private tour. Scroll down to book.

A private walking or car tour of these neighbourhoods is available as a half-day tour. To book, get in touch HERE

To book a private Musical Belgravia & Westminster – A Virtual Tour simply fill in the form below making sure you include the date and time you would like to book. Virtual tours are presented live and last between one hour and eighty minutes…

Scroll down for a description & reviews of the tour.

“People’s behaviour away from Belgravia would leave you aghast!”

Noel Coward, Marvellous Party

This marvellous party of a virtual tour is a two-neighbourhood affair (see also the Musical Mayfair & St James’s virtual tour) and tour musical tour will take in everything from music hall (vaudeville) to baroque.

On Side One we’ll mooch around the stuccoed squares and mews of Belgravia, tracing its history and tracking down Noel Coward, Kitty Stevens, Frederic Chopin and Brian Epstein (among others).

Turning over to Side Two, Henry Purcell will dominate – the great man of English baroque was born, lived, worked and died within a few square miles in Westminster. He’ll be ably supported by David Bowie, Stevie Wonder and Shane MacGowan of the Pogues.

Pomp, power and posh squares – from the movers and shakers of Parliament to high society in Belgrave Square, welcome to Belgravia and Westminster. 

Musical Genres On This Tour
Musical Theatre
60s pop
19th Century Classical
17th Century Baroque
Artists Include…
Henry Purcell
David Bowie
Noel Coward
Frederic Chopin
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Places Visited
Westminster School
Belgrave Square
The Palace of Westminster
Westminster Abbey
Whitehall Palace
Victoria Palace Theatre

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