A working actor with 21 years’ experience on stage, radio, tv and film, I came to tourist guiding after “resting” on top of a double-decker bus pointing out the sights of London in between act

ing jobs. I qualified as a Blue Badge guide for London in 2002, and for the Heart of England in 2007. From 2004-6 I was Chairman of the national association, The Guild of Registered Tourist Guides. I am especially fond of Oxford, where I spent three years as a student, and Stratford-upon-Avon, where I worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company alongside such giants as Kenneth Branagh, Robert Stephens and Jude Law.






I specialise in student groups, particularly London coach panoramic tours, and in-depth visits to London’s great cultural attractions like Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower and the British Museum. I also offer walking tours covering subjects as diverse as Jack the Ripper and Shakespeare’s Southwark.My great passion ( apart from Elvis Presley, whose work I occasionally emulate in karaoke tributes ) is medieval history, and I am an ardent member of the Richard III Society. Meanwhile I continue to perform on stage, though lately I have discovered a tendency to dress up in female apparel- most recently as Sarah the Cook in “Dick Whittington” at the Hexagon, Reading. My two sons, Jack 3 and Harry 7 months, will be in therapy for years !
Fees for Guiding



  Prices from 31st March 2015
Half Day (up to 4 hours max)
Morning Tours (to finish no later than 1 pm)
Afternoon Tours (to start no earlier than 1:30 pm)
Evening Tours (up to 4 hours max)
London Full Day
Up to 9 hours and finishing no later than 6 pm
Out of London Full Day
Up to 9 hours and finishing no later than 7 pm
Museum/Gallery Guiding
  Up to 3 hours - most museums and galleries limit group size to 25 £150.00