The Alfred Hitchcock London Walk with Sandra Shevey

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Duration: 3 hours

Departs: London, London

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

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See the British capital through the eyes of movie director Alfred Hitchcock on this 11am daily 3-hour London walking tour. Follow a guide through the streets and alleys of London, and discover sites made famous in Hitchcock movies including ‘Frenzy’, ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’, and ‘The Paradine Case’. Hear how and why Hitchcock used the sites he did, and gain insight into the mind of one of cinema’s brightest directorial lights.

Biographer Sandra Shevey conducted Hitchcock`s last one to one interview in Hollywood in 1972 where she targeted him on issues of misogyny in the films.
See sandrasheveyinterviews YouTube (Alfred Hitchcock)

The tour began in 1999 as homage and since Shevey has published an online compendium of essays on the films. `The Alfred Hitchcock Signature` is an ebook available at

The tour is part of Sandra Shevey`s award winning British Icons tours company.

What's Included

Guide Sandra Shevey is an international film historian, biographer, lecturer and academic who interviewed Alfred Hitchcock in 1972 in one of his last 1-2-1 interviews (3 hr interview)

Locations 3 classic films

Set art courtesy Oscar winning Alfred Hitchcock designer Henry Bumstead

Sound bites from rare 1972 3 hr interview

What's Not Included

Food and drinks

Purchase CD of 10 interview sound bites one of which is Alfred Hitchcock...from Sandra directly..£30


Transport to/from attractions

Traveler Information

  • YOUTH: Age: 11 - 17
  • ADULT: Age: 18 - 70
  • SENIOR: Age: 71 - 90

Additional Info

  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Please book as far ahead as possible as the guide likes to connect, answer questions and take your mobile. She also wants to make sure you understand meeting place.
  • Service animals allowed
  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Please book as far ahead as possible as the guide likes to connect, answer questions and take your mobile. She also wants to make sure you understand meeting place.
  • Service animals allowed

Cancellation Policy

All sales are final. No refund is available for cancellations.

What To Expect

Covent Garden
Locations from 3 classic Hitchcock`s including `The Man Who Knew Too Much` (1956), `Frenzy` and `The Paradine Case`. Monuments and landmarks around London that feature in the films including Covent Garden Market and others. Hitchcock told Sandra Shevey in interview 1972 `Buildings are the real stars of my films`...see sandrasheveyinterviews YouTube

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free


Getting Closer to Hitchcock thru his
LONDON and the journalist who interacted with him
ARB953, 14-10-2022
Ms Shevey, the journalist who did Hitch's last 1 on 1 Interview in 1972 after his work on 'Frenzy,' gives fascinating and incisive insight into what she experienced of his persona and the nature of his character and relations with actors. As you walk and talk she is very open to one's questions and dispells many misunderstandings about him as she shows one various film locations such as the ones for "Frenzy," and "The Man Who Knew Too Much." My favorite parts of the tour (do bring an oyster card as you will ride the tube with her to Earl's Court and later the bus from Mayfair to Covent Garden where the tour ends) locales which were the settings for his personal life: the townhouse in Cromwell Road where he and Alma lived from 1926 as newly-weds post the success of "The Lodger" till 1939 when they moved to America; then St. Philip Neri, the Catholic Church where He and Alma wedded and then she brings you to a favorite pub of his in Covent Garden, right after you see the building the camera pulls back from in "Frenzy" to the noisy exterior as Bob Russ murders Babs Millivan . It's about as close to Hitchcock as you're likely to get! It was a very memorable experience indeed. Ms Shevey is a fascinating individual. Enjoy!
Phantastic Hitchcock Tour
Ulrike A, 12-11-2019
We had such a wonderful tour in London. Mrs. Sandra Sheve has alot of insider knowledge and we talked about Alfred Hitchcock, his wife Alma, his films and visited different locations. Our conversation was so entertaining and warm-hearted. We got very much informations, sometimes it felt like circles would have been closed or puzzles would have been completed regarding my image of Alfred Hitchcock, his films and his time. Every second was pleasure. We enjoyed every single minute.
Hitchcock Walking Tour
Nina S, 16-09-2019
When I first saw there was a Hitchcock walking tour I was so excited. I have been a devoted fan and studied his films for years. Only problem was I am in a wheelchair and was concerned I wouldn’t be able to do the tour.
I sent Sandra an email with my concerns and as fast as you can say Hitchcock, Sandra wrote me back.
Sandra kindly offered to do a private tour for me and my spouse. Not only that, through our conversations Sandra saved us from booking a hotel in an inaccessible spot in London. We ended up in a wonderful place thanks to her.
Our day with Sandra was one of the most memorable of our visit to London.
Sandra is a gem of a person and a wealth of knowledge about Hitchcock, and so much more! Well, you have to take the tour, I cannot recommend a more delightful and fascinating lady than Sandra. If you are a Hitchcock bluff or fan try to do one of Sandra’s tours. You won’t be disappointed!
Great day out for anyone who loves feature films
Robert W, 04-01-2019
A lovely afternoon checking out some of Hitchcock's film locations and home. Sandra is a great guide with loads of background knowledge of the famous directors life and times. She is very open to questions at all levels, from film theory to love interests. Her history lesson also takes in stories concerning the great actors that worked with Hitch. The added bonus is opening up parts of central London I did not know existed (even after living in London for thirty years)!
So, I highly recommend this tour. It is very good value.
Hitchcock Tours
hermanhoward, 18-04-2018
Very educational tour with many historical insights and commentary, very funny and personal tours, great exercise for walking, the weather was perfect because we thought it was going to snow, enjoyed the overall educational and learning experiences, if you love Hitchcock, GO ON THIS TOUR!!! A wonderful experience, thanks Miss Shevey!!!

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