This week brings tours of the city ranging from a Routemaster trip around interwar civic architecture to an early morning running tour of Shoreditch's street art. Book yourself on to be shown our city from a different perspective. Meanwhile, inside one of the greatest buildings in London, thousands of art pieces are on display as the RA celebrates its 250th summer exhibition.
Don't miss out on
Banksy: Greatest Hits and The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture, both of which shall be ending soon.
Team a love for street art and a passion for fitness at this running tour through the streets of trendy Shoreditch. The guide will stop the tour at internationally renowned and up-and-coming artists' works thorough the area, giving tour participants plenty of opportunities to catch their breath.
For those who appreciate the art behind wayfinding and typography should take the time to visit the Letterheads 2018 meet. There are both ticketed exhibitions and free entry with tours. This is one of the best places to appreciate some of the most overlooked, yet most used, artforms.
This tour on a vintage Routemaster bus will visit key underground stations throughout London. Including iconic interwar projects such as Arnos Grove (pictured), the tour will also incorporate other public buildings. A tea stop at the William Morris Gallery is included in the price.
This three hour walking tour will take in some of the famous as well as the the best hidden examples of Post Modern architecture in London. Since the 2016 listing of James Stirlings striking, iconic, No1 Poultry, 'PoMo' has become widely recognised and loved in the city. Join this tour to find out why this style deserves the surge in popularity.
Catch the end of the Royal Academy of Arts' 250th Summer Exhibition. Anish Kapoor, Wolfgang Tillmans, Ed Ruscha, and Tracey Emin are among those exhibiting in this prestigious collection. On Friday, the exhibition of over 1,300 art works will be open until 10pm.
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