Art Tour of London
Updated: Apr 7, 2019
I love designing individual tours including a number of art tours of London. I try to make the tour special and a memory for life.
So how do I do that?
I always believe that if you can finish any tour with laughter, then you always remember the ending more than the beginning. Just read on and find out how I achieve that experience every time.
Tate Modern is housed in an old oil-fired power station and reclaimed as an amazing venue to showcase modern art. The Tate Modern is one of the best art museums in the world and has periodic paid temporary exhibitions together with permanent free displays. The following is a temporary exhibition of a year in Picasso's life in 1932. A year of prolific output with his famous three dancers and black and white depictions on the crucifixion of Christ.
The Tate Modern is free to enter and you can get further details on how to get there by clicking here and then clicking getting there. I love abstract and the surrealist movement and I can give my own interpretation of each composition.
The National Gallery is also free to enter and is on one side of Trafalgar Square. To see whats on, just click here
On Sunday evening starting at 7.30pm on every week of the year, The Comedy Store Players have been performing here for 33 years with the famous Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence who leads the best improvisation act in the world. I have had many clients who have said that it's the funniest performance that they have even seen and their face cheeks ache and their stomach is in agony.
Book online at least 48 hours in advance to guarantee your place and I like to get there at 6.30pm to make sure I'm on the front row. You are only two or three feet from the comedians and you feel the passion and atmosphere.