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Hex and the City

*London's Original Witch Tour*

Need to Know...

  • Starts at Farringdon Station, Cowcross street.    Ends at St Paul's Cathedral. 

  • Includes a guided tour of the locations linked to witch persecution and occult activity in the city. 

  • Stories are brought to life with street theatre and comedy. 

  • Tour lasts 2 hours. 

  • Book using the links on this page. 

Photo of Tour Guide as a witchy High Priestess dressed in a cape with a fearsome expression.
Photo of tour guide as a medieval Minstrel singing and playing the ukelele.
Photo of tour Guide as a witch with an expressive face /open mouthed. Behind her a ghoulish figure in a mask stands still.

"...And have you heard (and I have heard) 

Of puzzled men with decorous mien, 

Who judged - the wench knew far too much - 

And burnt her on the Salem green?”

© Adelaide Crapsey

Explore London's witch-ridden, pagan past on our immersive theatre walking tour...

The story of London's witches...

Photo of Tour Guide acting as a witch sentenced to death, with bonnet and hands clasped in prayer.

What to expect...

London may be one of the most open and liberal cities in the world now, but did you know that our capital has a long, dark history of witchcraft and persecution? 

On this immersive theatre walking tour you will discover just that as your guide, The High Priestess, welcomes you to her coven and unveils to you the dark, devilish and downright unjust history of witchcraft in London. 

Starts at Farringdon and ends at St Pauls Cathedral

Meet some of the forgotten women who have been branded and persecuted as witches throughout the ages from medieval healers to Elizabethan social climbers, pagan priestesses and wartime mediums.


They’ve come back, and they want their stories to be heard…

Explore the places that these 'witches' were associated with, and some of the locations that were host to occult activity, including a pagan temple, right in the heart of the city! 

This journey promises to be spooky and moving with a little bit of black humour thrown in for good measure.

This is an ADULT walking tour not suitable for children under 16. Unlike other witch tours in London, this focuses on the witch history from a feminist perspective and does not trivialise the history. You won't see the stereotypical pointy hat on THIS tour. 

So are you ready to be bewitched by London? 

*Please note:

Disclaimer: Hex and The City is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with Sex and the City or any of its associated trademarks. 

photo of tour guide standing in street wearing long black cape and priestess headdress with horns and flowers. Black and white photo.

When to expect it...

Tours run throughout the year. Check our calendar for full list of dates.

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