If Walls Could Speak: Sounding Out Street Art


Saturday 11 August | 10.00-11.30 | Shoreditch


Get the most out of your weekend in London and join us in the East End. Both poignant and uplifting, we'll learn how the area has been transformed over the years by immigration. We will witness first hand the fresh, creative energy that has erupted out of the east-end over the past few decades. We'll duck and weave through the energetic streets of Shoreditch and Spitalfields to discover an eclectic mix of hidden street-art treasures, cultures and quirky characters. Some of the art we’ll look at is so small, you could unknowingly walk past it everyday. Others are sprawling, colourful murals sprayed across the urban landscape. Ever changing, law-breaking and anti-establishment, the street art found in the East End is some of London’s greatest hidden treasures.

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AL, London law firm (National Portrait Gallery tour)

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MH, Editor of Country Life Magazine (National Gallery)



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