Agatha Christie's London

Agatha Christie Memorial

My Agatha Christie's London walking tours are my homage to Agatha Christie (1890 - 1976), the world's best selling author. Agatha spent much of her adult life living and working in London, and the tours explore locations connected with the Queen of Crime.

Interview on Al Jazeera TV

Agatha Christie's West End walking tour visits the affluent areas of Mayfair and St James, and takes a look at some of the luxury hotels that Agatha frequented and imortalised in her novels. Agatha is the only female playwrite to have had 3 plays on in London's West End simultaneously. The tour explores London's Theatreland, including St Martin's Theatre where The Mousetrap is the world's longest running stage play, is staged. On the tour we will also see the former location of the Detection Club, where Agatha and many other of its famous members met. We visits the beautiful booked shaped memorial to Agatha. 

Video below:  My interview on Al Jazeera TV

The Mousetrap

Agatha Christie Articles

I was truly honoured to be asked by ACL to write the Christie's London article for their website.

I have also written for Euan's Guide, disabled access charity, Agatha Christie – must see accessible places to visit across the UK.

Tina speaking at the International Agatha Christie Festival

Agatha Christie Talks

I presented Agatha Christie's London talk at the International Agatha Christie Festival in Torquay on 12 September 2021. I've research and delivered papers on Agatha Christie's England, The Mousetrap Archives, Re-evaluating Agatha Christie, in the context of Disability and Ableism and Agatha Christie's London at the Agatha Christie Conferences.

Please contact me if you would like me to speak at your event.

One of Agatha Christie's former London homes

Agatha Christie's Homes Tours

The tour visits 4 of her former home (exteriors only) in Kensington and Chelsea.

Whitehaven Mansion

Christie in the City Tours

The tour visits Whitehaven Mansions from the Poirot TV series (exterior only) and a couple of less well known Agatha connections.