Join artist Luke Walker as he explores the history of the area, involving an exchange of stories, cultures and histories recorded in the urban fabric of the city by walking its paths and streets. The walk will trace the history of the artist JM Whistler in the context of Battersea’s landscapes, green spaces, and the Thames, while discussing how the river and the painter have inspired artists. You will cross over the river and briefly seek out the artist’s former homes before visiting the sites of some of his most famous paintings, before following the south bank back into Battersea Park for a short art and sculpture trail.
Meeting point: Circus West Village, Grosvenor Arch, London SW8 4NU
The best way to get there is on foot. If you head to Chelsea Bridge and go down to the river path, keep the river on your left hand side and you’ll walk straight up to the entrance of Grosvenor Bridge and Circus West Village.
Register your interest by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org , specifying which tour you’d like to join in the subject line.
Part of Chelsea Fringe 2017. For the full festival programme, see nineelmslondon.com/chelseafringe
Circus West Village, Grosvenor Arch, London SW8 4NU
Queenstown Road, Battersea Park Station
Start date: 20/05/2017
End date: 27/05/2017
Open from 11:00 to 12:30