On this self-guided podcast tour, you'll join Colm, a historian and part-time actor, and his mate Dr. Ed, as you wander through London’s dynamic Southbank! From the birthplace of British theatre, to the beautiful St. Paul’s Cathedral, via the Tate Modern, this tour is rich with cultural, historical and architectural gems. Starting at the Southbank Centre, you’ll learn about this neighbourhood’s history and relationship with the arts. Explore further at the National Theatre, where we get an actor’s take on what it's really like to perform there. Discover London’s architecture, from the dome of St Paul’s to the newly built skyscrapers in the East. Explore the area’s relationship with crime as you wander under Blackfriars Bridge. Gaze up at the Tate Modern and learn all about its multi-purposed past, and finish at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre - arguably the birthplace of british theatre. Download the digital audio guide directly on your smartphone at any time! Be sure to wear suitable shoes as the tour lasts roughly an hour and covers 1.5 kilometers.