Man About The Trellick Tower, London, June 10 – SOLD OUT

London Festival of Architecture – June 2017

Following a sell out season in 2016, Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst are thrilled to return to the UK as part of the London Festival of Architecture to perform their brand new show. 

For the last four years they have taken temporary possession of Architecturally significant buildings and skillfully blended storytelling, music and design in a mold breaking format that has seen them literally sell out houses across the globe.

Following rave reviews for the recent film series, Streets of Your Town, Tim and Kit welcome you to a host of unique properties around London.

“Must see show of the Festival.”
New York Times.

“Had us in stitches.”
Sunday Times (UK)

The Age.

“With quick wit and telling anecdotes, Tim shares his passion for modern design and architecture — the fortunate audience is left both enlightened and entertained.”
Wendy Kaplan
Department Head and Curator Los Angeles County Museum of Art

With small capacities for each amazing location, tickets are extremely limited, book now to avoid missing out.

The show runs for one hour and 35 minutes with a short interval.

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Trellick Tower by Erno Goldfinger (1972)

Trellick Tower is a 31-storey block of flats in Kensal Town Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London. It was designed in the Brutalist style by architect Erno Goldfinger, after a commission from the Greater London Council in 1966, and completed in 1972. A Grade II listed building, Goldfinger’s design is based on his earlier and slightly smaller Balfron Tower in Poplar, east London. It has a long, thin profile, with a separate lift and service tower linked at every third storey to the access corridors in the main building; flats above and below the corridor levels have internal stairs. The building contains 217 flats and was originally entirely owned by the GLC with the flats rented as council flats. 

Post war Buildings.Trellick Tower, 5 Goldborne Road, North Kensington, London.General view of elevation.