Dodger: Pupil of the Krays, Steve Tully's latest book (Autobiography) will be launched at the Blind Beggar Pub, Whitechapel on Saturday the 30th July 2016.
The book will have it's first airing at the 'The Krays Party 3' organised by Del Lovell of the GanglandGangsterMedia / GanglandGangsterMemorabilia Make sure you are a member of the above groups to obtain your personal invite.
Steve will be signing copies of his new book at the event, so don't miss out.
Check out: The-Blind-Beggar/ for more info. on directions etc. The pub was built in 1894 on the site of an inn which had been established before 1654, and named after the legend of Henry de Montfort, a son of Simon de Montfort. In 1865, William Booth preached his first open-air sermon outside the Blind Beggar, which led to the establishment of the East London Christian Mission, later to become the Salvation Army. William Booth is commemorated by a nearby statue. The Blind Beggar is notorious for its connection to East End gangsters 'The Kray Twins'. On 9 March 1966, Ronnie Kray shot and murdered George Cornell, an associate of a rival gang, the Richardsons, as he was sitting at the bar. The murder took place in the then saloon bar.