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Taste of Kingston: Undercroft Mural & Community Workshop

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  • Le Spleen

25th November 11:00am to 3:30pm

Location: The Undercroft

From 24 – 28 November, drop by the Undercroft, situated along the river just beneath John Lewis, between 11am and 3.30pm to see your own creativity bring Kingston’s riverside to life.

Join Artist Le Spleen as Creative Youth collaborate to deliver community art workshops as part of their ‘Taste of Kingston’ event! Expect collaborative making, street art stencilling, spray painting and more. Come down and use art to express and explore what your community means most to you.

LeSpleenArt is an artist, teacher and traveller. Her colourful vision, inspiration from the world and her dash of humour create immersive experiences for the people she works with.

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Steeped in centuries-old history, it’s no wonder that Kingston has many treasures to discover.

Did you know that during the construction of  John Lewis department store Kingston, a medieval bridge and undercroft were discovered?

The chalk and flint barrel-vaulted cellar or undercroft was originally beneath the old Rose and Crown Inn at the north end of Old Bridge Street. This was at a time when the only other bridge crossing the Thames nearby was London bridge until the building of Putney bridge in 1729.

Only open to the public at certain times of the year.

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