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Shaun the Sheep hits London streets

Posted by Guided walks in London on Sunday, March 29, 2015 Under: Quirky

Shaun the Sheep hits London streets

Over 50 giant sculptures of Shaun the Sheep created by artists, celebrities and designers will be placed in iconic locations and beautiful green spaces across central London.

Much as we did with the book benches last year, we will be following a trail of Shaun the sheep. Each walk will last c. 90 mins with an option for post walk drinks available. 

These walks are intended to be pleasant and light with plenty of opportunity for taking photos and chatting along the way. Bring your camera and your friends and join the fun! 

Shaun the Sheep Walk 1 

Starts at Tooley Street exit of London Bridge. Cross the pedestrian crossing and we will be there by the London Bridge Experience entrance.

Ends near Liverpool Str Station

To find us: Look out for the Shaun the sheep sign

Tues 7th April, 7pm 

Fri 17th April, 6.30pm 

Shaun the Sheep Walk 2

Starts outside Tate Modern. 

Ends near Barbican

To find us: Look out for the Shaun the sheep sign

Tues 21st April, 7pm 

Fri 24th April, 6.30pm

Shaun the Sheep Walk 3

Starts outside Palladium Theatre, nearest tube Oxford Circus. 

Ends near Trafalgar Square

To find us: Look out for the Shaun the sheep sign

Tues 28th April, 7pm 

Fri 1st May, 6.30pm 

See more photos of Shaun the Sheep by Jane Hobson here: Jane Hobson Photography

In : Quirky 

Tags: art 
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