Time Out says
Underground art rarely gets more underground than when it's created in Leake Street tunnels. It's a long road that runs under the vast Waterloo station complex, and plays host to a constant stream of graffiti artists who leave the space constantly visually inspired.
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Ten years ago Banksy ushered in an army of graffiti artists into an abandoned tunnel beneath the old Eurostar terminal and created a colourful graffiti paradise. Now, Leake Street Arches is letting everyone in on the action with their new free programme...Late openings Thursday April 2 2020 - Thursday November 12 2020 Free
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Constantly changing, forever something new to see, and you'll often see works being thrown up by the artists. It's well lit so it's doesn't feel grimy. Much like the nearby Southbank Skate Park, it's a tribute to the street culture of London and well worth a visit.
Leake Street tunnel is probably best known recently for being home to The Vaults, but it deserves a mention simply just for being an awesome place to walk through! With every inch covered in graffiti, the whole tunnel is like an open canvas, and there's always some new artwork to see.