As mentioned a few weeks ago, there is to be a one-night art event in Central London, and tickets are now about to go on sale.

On sale being a subjective term, as the events are free, but need pre-booking.


From 6pm until the early hours, audiences for Art Night 2016 are able to take in a trail of art, architecture, dance, design and music, that includes:

  • Two Temple Place
  • 190 Strand
  • Covent Garden
  • 180 Strand
  • Disused Jubilee Line at Charing Cross Station
  • Southwark Cathedral
  • Duke of York Steps, ICA
  • Admiralty Arch
  • St Mary Le Strand
  • Somerset House

There’s nothing about when tickets are being released on their website, but their twitter feed says to check the ICA website instead on Monday at noon.

(Continuing an annoying trend of putting critical information on social media, and not the main website)

For my money, in terms of building access, Admiralty Arch is the highlight of the event.

The event itself takes place over the evening of 2nd July.


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  1. gillian lawrence says:

    Agree re critical info on social media instead of main website first. Thank you.

  2. Garret says:

    How does it work? We have to book each thing separately? How long should we leave in between each thing? Very little advice given on their web site!

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