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Art Night 2017 presents 13 curated projects and an Associate Programme of 60 events.

Download our Visitors’ Guide to plan your visit or email if you have any questions.
Download here

Too hard to choose? Find our suggested trail here

Please follow us on social media for latest updates @ARTNIGHTLDN or attend the Facebook event. Join the conversation at #artnightldn

Planned London Underground Closures

On Saturday 1 July and Sunday 2 July, there are planned closures of Aldgate East and Tower Hill stations. Liverpool Street Station is the best way to access Art Night.

A rail replacement bus (RRBS) service is running from Tower Hill to Canning Town (stopping at Aldgate / Aldgate East. Whitechapel, Stepney Green, Mile End, Bow Road and Bromley by Bow) at the following frequency:
·        05.51 – 06.11 Every 20 minutes (3 buses per hour (bph)
·        06.21 – 07.11 Every 10 minutes (6 bph)
·        07.19 – 09.19 Every 7-8 minutes (8 bph)
·        09.26 – 20.33 Every 6-7 minutes (9 bph)
·        20.40 – 00.10 Every 7-8 minutes (8 bph)

Using local buses, visitors can also get route 25 from Aldgate to Aldgate East and Whitechapel, and route 42 or 78 from Aldgate to Tower Hill.


Ways to access the events by Tube and Rail would still include:
·        Central line (including Night Tube services) to Liverpool Street and Bethnal Green
·        Northern line (including Night Tube services) to Old Street and Moorgate
·        Hammersmith and City line to Liverpool Street
·        Metropolitan line to Liverpool Street, Moorgate and Aldgate
·        London Overground to Shoreditch High Street



Most Art Night projects are free and open without tickets, except Ian Whittlesea at the Bascule Chamber and the Club Night at Village Underground.

You can register for Ian Whittlesea here (currently sold out) and for the Club Night here. The Club Night is also sold out but limited tickets will be available at the door at £20, we advise you to come at 9pm not to miss out.

Information on the night

You can pick up a copy of our Visitors’ Guide at any of the sites from the Curated Programme and at information hub Second Home, E1 5JL. Download the Visit London App to navigate the Art Night Trail (App Store and Google Play).

Any questions? Ask our Art Night Guides, recognisable with their blue and orange t-shirt.

Get live updates on Twitter at @ARTNIGHTLDN #artnightldn

Getting around

You can easily walk or cycle between each venues and we would encourage you to do so. There are several Night Tube stations around the Art Night trail, for you to get back home. They are highlighted on the website’s map and the Visitors’ Guide’s map. The closest Night Tube stations in the area are: Liverpool Street, Bank, Bethnal Green, Bermondsey.

Sunday Trail 2 July, 11am-6pm

Not a night owl? Some Art Night highlights will still be accessible on Sunday!

Anne Hardy at Nicholls & Clarke Showrooms
Lindsay Seers at the Masonic Temple, Andaz London
Jake & Dinos Chapman at London Dock
Charles Avery‘s sculpture at St. Katharine’s Docks and poster campaign in East London, including at the Royal London Hospital
Gunes Terkol at The Cass and Middlesex Street Estate
Benedict Drew at the Whitechapel Gallery


Please note that queuing can be expected at the busiest times (7pm–10pm) at smaller venues (especially Masonic Temple and Dennis Severs’ House). We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Large bags

Large bags are not allowed into the venues, please avoid attending the festival with large items.


Please download our Visitors’ Guide for accessibility details per site.

Age restrictions

Ian Whittlesea at Tower Bridge is only accessible for +14 accompanied by an adult.
Lindsay Seers at the Masonic Temple, Andaz London is +16.
The Club Night at Village Underground is strictly +18.

Family Friendly

Coming with children? Here are our suggestions from the Curated and Associate Programme of Art Night:

From the Curated Programme:

Anne Hardy at Nicholls & Clarke Showrooms
Melanie Manchot at Exchange Square Broadgate
Jake & Dinos Chapman at Dennis Severs’ House
Charles Avery at St. Katharine’s Docks
Gunes Terkol at The Cass, London Metropolitan University


From the Associate Programme:

Time for Outrage at Ace Hotel
Interlude for a Summer Night at Arnold Circus
Live Graffiti at Dinerama
The Dacha at Rich Mix


Art Night takes place across a very urban area, so please do respect our neighbours by arriving and leaving quietly and not dropping litter.

Lost Property

Ask the Duty Manager on site or email after the event.