Stuck for something to do on a lazy weekend afternoon? Join Bowl of Chalk (that’s ‘walk’ for all you Cockney illiterates) on a quirky pay-what-you-want tour through the weird and wacky secrets of London’s streets.
From a statue that isn’t actually on English soil to a power station that doubles up as a circus school, Bowl of Chalk prides itself on keeping an eye out for the odd and the unusual in our fair city.
Expect to find yourself crouched over pavements, searching for tiny graffiti figures, or trying to spot the house where legendary artists Gilbert & George live.
Whether you’re a London novice or you’ve lived here your whole life, Bowl of Chalk will tell you something you didn’t know about The Capital.
The company runs three separate tours on the last three weekends of each month: one runs from Trafalgar Square to St Paul’s, another from St Paul’s to Monument, and finally an East End experience that takes in everything from Old Street to Spitalfields. Visit bowlofchalk.net for more details.