Nadia Marchant


07748-654744 (Mob)


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19th June, 2013

Let me introduce myself...

Love sharing stories about London! My background is: BA Drama + directing BBC TV and guest on BBC Radio. A highlight was working on The Royal Wedding - I'm passionate about our Royalty. Joined the Queen on the river for her Diamond Jubilee. I guide all groups small or large; including families, specialised groups, american students, EF students (trained as EF teacher) and school groups (Key stage history projects. Fire of London, Castles, Florence Nightingale, Chelsea residents, Greeks, Tudors, Romans) PRESENT GUIDING WORK: Devising trails and tours around Westminster Abbey for young people. Presently reading - St Pancras by Simon Bradley and Work on George Gilbert Scott - Midland Grand

Personal interests

History Royal Intrigue The Tower
Westminster Abbey trails -. Drama and Royalty
Olympic 2012 venues + Greenwich
Children's Education - All Key stages history

Specialty subjects offered

Diamond Jubilee walk and tour on Queen
Royal Wedding and Prince William and Catherine

BBC TV Director (10 yrs) Docs, live and Magazine.
Regular visitor on BBC London Radio.
CBS Royal Wedding Coverage
Discovery Channel - Prince Albert and Kensington

BA Hons in Drama and Theatre Arts.
Devised tours on characters at Westminster Abbey
Westend walk
Charles Dickens

Sports & Pastimes
2012 venues and Olympic walks. Greenwich.
BBC Documentary - Barcelona Olympics 1992
Active: Tennis, Marathon running.

Business & Finance
Work with Business clients incl. London Business school.

Presentations eg Southwark, Olympics , and St Pancras station, George Gilbert Scott

Castles & Palaces
Royal stories + intrigue
Royal wedding between Prince William and Catherine
Castle Fortifications - Tower of London
Hampton Court
Buckingham Palace
Kensington Palace

Churches & Cathedrals
Westminster Abbey
St Paul's
City Churches and Sir Christopher Wren

Politics & Government
Women and Westminster
Margaret Thatcher
Women London and War

Key stages:
Fire of London, Florence Nightingale, Tudors, Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, Castles

Art/Paintings & Sculpture
Tate Modern
National Gallery
National Portrait Gallery
Architecture of London

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Additional Qualifications

2012 Venues



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