- Don’t miss the opportunity to see the awesome Art of Banksy exhibition at in Covent Garden from March 2021.
- The immersive event is exhibiting some of Banksy’s most iconic works including the Girl with Balloon and the Flower Thrower.
The Art of Banksy exhibition is headed for London for the first time in spring 2021. The huge exhibit will feature world-famous pieces including Rude Copper, Flower Thrower and Girl and Balloon, alongside a variety of limited-edition pieces and less well-known works from the mysterious satirist, political activist and artist. The touring exhibition is the world’s largest collection of privately-owned Banksy art and has been seen by over 750,000 people. The Art of Banksy exhibition is not authorised by or curated with Banksy and is completely non-consensual.
What to know before you go
- Children under the age of six go free.
- Concessionary tickets are available for students and children aged 6-18 years. Students will be asked to produce a valid student ID on arrival.
- Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your time slot.
- The venue is fully wheelchair accessible, disabled visitors can bring one carer free of charge. You don’t have to book a ticket for the carer.
- You will receive an email confirmation after booking with your e-ticket attached. Please show your e-ticket, or print it, on arrival to gain entry to the event.
- No refunds or exchanges after booking.
- Covent Garden, serving the Piccadilly line, and Leicester Square, serving the Piccadilly and Northern lines, are the nearest Tube stations.
- Charing Cross, serving Southeastern rail and the Northern and Bakerloo lines, is the nearest railway station. It’s a 10-minute walk away from the theatre.
- Bus routes 14, 19, 24, 29, 38 and 176 stop at Cambridge Circus, which is a few minutes’ walk to the Art of Banksy.
- London Covent Garden NCP car park situated in Parker Street is a few minutes’ walk away.
Read more about the Art of Banksy here.