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BOOK DRAWING WALKING LONDON. FIRST TUESDAYS OF THE MONTH ❦

Sketching the hidden history and details of the City of London. First Tuesdays of the month. Whatever the weather.

It’s simply about looking and drawing, a process of discovery in an inclusive environment where everyone feels supported. Whether or not you have drawn before or are an experienced hand. The aim of these walks is to observe, take note, be present, and experience the history and solitude in the city, behind the city.

All you need is a pencil, putty rubber, a sharpener, and an A5 or A4 sketch book. Nothing bigger, as this is a fast paced walking drawing expedition. At each site we will draw for 15 mins and walk on, with a break for lunch.

If you have any mobility needs, please let me know. We can easily adjust the tour.

£20 per person + Booking Fee. 20 Tickets.

 

 

June Tour
Tuesday 04 June 10am – 5pm

From the Memorial to Heroic Self-Sacrifice, via Amen Court, Lady Justice and The Golden Boy, to St Bartholomew’s Hospital, war and peace at Smithfield and Cloth Fair.
Meeting by Paternoster, the sculpture of the Shepherd and Sheep, EC4M 8AD. (Nearest tube St Pauls).
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July Tour
Tuesday 02 July 10am – 5pm

From industrious bees in a haunted pub, via crypts and an ossuary, to the Knights of the Order of St John, gem industry bling, to the hill were saffron once grew, and a green oasis in Bloomsbury.
Meeting at the entrance to the Blackfriars Pub. 74 Queen Victoria Street EC4V 4EG.

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Please Note

Some dates, we may be joined by an additional drawing tutor – Pip, in which case, we will draw outdoors most of the day, skipping entry to the churches, museums and collections.

 

 

 

February Tour Highlights

Through alleys and church yards, from the Barbican Centre to The Royal Courts of Justice on Fleet Street.

 

March Tour Highlights

Free walking and sketching. From St Helen’s Church to St Mary’s Axe, Leadenhall and Sculpture in the City. 

 

April Tour Highlights

From Monument, through the side streets of the Kings Wardrobe, Inner Temple Lane, to Somerset House.

 

May Tour Highlights

Cornhill to the Roman Wall at Tower Hill, above and below ground to St Katharine Docks Marina.

 

 

Disclaimer

As your guide, I am not liable for any accidents or injuries that may occur, including events that may lead to the cancellation of a given date. If for any reason a date is cancelled, an alternative date will be offered.

For more information please email info@lauramoretongriffiths.com.