Cleveland Street is one of my favourite streets for some reason. When I walk into the centre of London I always seem to end up going down Cleveland street.
It only became officially recorded as Fitzrovia on ordnance survey maps in 1994 and was all fields 250 years ago.
In this walk we go to Fitzroy Square where George Bernard Shaw and Virginia Woolf lived. Then we see some charming mewses which were occupied by cabbies and dairy farmers.
Then there’s Cleveland Street with the invention of morse code and my tailor Paul Kitsaros.
This is also the street where the Telecom Tower is and has a history of scandals and communist clubs involving the heir to the throne and Karl Marx.
Then there’s the lady who sells buttons in Charles Dickens’ house and the beautiful Fitzrovia Chapel.
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