London Print Studio
425 Harrow Road
London, W10 4RE
020 8969 8271
londonprintstudio is a small not-for-profit organisation that provides educational resources in the graphic arts for artists, community organizations, education institutions and the public.
visit londonprintstudio, take a tour of the facilities, speak with staff and technicians, and try your hand at making a print!
Jason’s Boat Trip
Jason’s is the original Regent’s canal cruise, we have been operating since 1951 as a trip boat, and Jason herself is over 100 years-old. One of the oldest working narrowboats in the world, and still doing scheduled trips to Camden three times a day in season.
Trips from Brownings Pool at Little Venice, where the island is surrounded by the elegant graciousness of regency architecture, through the damp dark mysteriousness of the Maida Hill tunnel, to the lively bustle of Camden Lock , the famous market for everything from craftshops and clothing to the interesting and unusual.
Trips one way or return. Make a stopover for a picnic at Little Venice or to shop and try out the unusual food stalls at Camden. If you want to see the animals at London Zoo take the Waterbus from either end, buy a ticket that includes admission and miss the queues by entering through their own canal gate.
Trips are on traditional canal narrow boats, three with historic Ship certificates, and all with weather protection and large opening windows for sunny days.
Strollers must be stowed away.
The Puppet Barge
Shows and performances for the summer and beyond. Currently in Little Venice, Central London presenting
Children and concessions £8.50 Adults £10.00 Telephone 020 7249 6876
“Canalway Cavalcade is a major event organised by IWA each year since 1983. It takes place over the early May Bank Holiday weekend, and combines a boat rally with a trade show and a wide range of activities and entertainments, and claims the title of London’s premier waterway event.”
London Walks Little Venice
Meet near the Warwick Avenue Tube station and take a delightful walk along the canal and around the area learning fascinating trivia like where the phrase, ‘robbing from Peter to pay Paul’ came from and seeing where famous residents – past and present – live(d).