Hells Half Acre

 

From the Lazarides Website:-

The labyrinth of tunnels beneath Waterloo station will be converted into a large-scale evocation of Dante’s Inferno.  Visitors will explore a unique interpretation of the nine circles of hell through the vision of your very favorite Laz artists plus additional contributions from outside the normal roster including: Conor Harrington, Vhils, George Osodi, Antony Micallef, Doug Foster, Todd James, Paul Insect, Mark Jenkins, Boogie, Ian Francis, Polly Morgan, Jonathan Yeo, Zak Ové and many more.

I’ll post up more images once the show closes.

From the Lazarides Website:-

Hell’s Half Acre will be open for viewing from 12th to 17th October, 6pm till 11pm Tuesday to Thursday, with extended hours over the weekend. Entry to the exhibition will be free, but as space is limited you will need to book ahead.

For more information, please read the press release.

Due to overwhelming demand, more time slots have been added to visit Hell’s Half Acre.

Directions to the venue:

Train:
Waterloo is the closest mainline rail stations.

Tube:
The closest underground station is Waterloo which is served by the Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee or Waterloo & City line.

Bus:
Some buses which serve Waterloo include: 1, 4, 26, 59, 68, 76, 77, 168, 171, 172, 188, 211, 243, 341, 507, 521, X68, N1, N68, N171, N381.

Make your way to the main concourse of Waterloo mainline station and follow the signs for Exit 1. Turn right on to Station Approach Road, walk 150 meters and the entrance is on your right before the road curves.

You can plan your journey with TFL.

One Response to “Hells Half Acre”

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