In its 200 years old lifetime, the canals of the East End have been present for many key developments in British history. Local historian, writer, and researcher, Carolyn Clark, has written extensively on the central role the canal has played throughout the decades. Her book, The East End Canal Tales, tells the rich history of the industries, lives, and livelihoods that flourished along the canals.
Join Carolyn Clark on the evening of Thursday 8 September to explore the varied and rich industrial history of Regents Canal over two centuries. She brings to life work and life along the canalside and references different sounds, smells and tastes along this busy waterway.