As any regular commuter will know, you see all sorts of people on the London Underground.
But rush hour passengers, a few weeks ago, were stunned to see a group of five Miss Havishams take the Tube.
The group - who were promoting a screening of Great Expectations on TV - travelled among surprised commuters on the Underground and buses before congregating in front of Big Ben at 8.40am, the time Miss Havisham is jilted by her fiancé Compeyson in the novel and stopped all of the clocks around her.
The Miss Havishams also visited Westminster Abbey, the final resting place of author Charles Dickens.
Here's Miss Havisham's wedding cake - cobwebbed and decaying - from the wedding feast that never happened.
I'm waiting to see Madame Defarge from A Tale of Two Cities on the Paris Metro knitting.