Shoreditch Street Art Stroll

Updated: Jul 7



We are lucky to have one of the best collections of street art in the world right here in Shoreditch, East London.


What used to be classed as graffiti and would have local business owners running for the bucket and sponge, are now classed as works of art and are even commissioned to adorn East London buildings.


The Street Art around Shoreditch and Brick Lane make a stunning background for photos of our pooches so join us on our Street Art Stroll on March 19th where photographer Amie Barron will capture your pooch and give you tips on taking better photos with your phone.



Our stroll will start at King John Court EC2A 3EZ (nearest stations Old Street and Shoreditch High Street) where we will find the UK's largest piece of street art, a piece consisting of work by 12 different artists with the theme of connectivity.


From there we will stop off to see work by Jimmy C on Whitby Street then make our way to Brick Lane to find some well known pieces and some hidden gems.


We will see work by names you will know such as Stix and of course Banksy plus some you may not like Zabou.



Around Allen Gardens you may even be lucky to find work in progress.




We will end our Street Art Stroll at Truman Brewery where we will see a Banksy installation and then head to The Big Chill for those who want to stay for a drink or bite to eat.


You will receive digital images of the day from Amie and hopefully get some great shots yourself too.


Get your tickets here.