House of VANS, London

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LONDON | House of VANS forms part of the Old Vic tunnels and has transformed the space underneath Waterloo station into a hive of creativity. The focus is on art, music, skateboarding, BMX, street culture and fashion.

These things and more are expressed by way of an art gallery, a VansLab artist incubator space, cinema, live music venue, premium café and bars, gifting suite and skater built and designed concrete bowl, mini ramp and street course. You can see and exhibition, attend a skateboarding class, see a live music gig, or just chill out with a drink and bite to eat.

If any of the above appeals to you, then a visit to House of VANS is well worth it. Check out the official website for a schedule of what’s on and when, as ticketed events are usually free and run out of space fast.

House of VANS

Railway Arches
228-232 Station Approach Road
London SE1 8SW
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 3745 5059
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://houseofvanslondon.com/

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