Walking tour sold out
Walking with Kubrick: Atmospheres
How did Stanley Kubrick use London to create some of cinema’s most memorable scenes?
Experience an evening in the world of Kubrick’s films through this walking tour of the city. Drawing on research from the Stanley Kubrick Archive held at UAL and the history of London - this walk invites participants to view the city through Kubrick’s lens. Designed and led by UAL postgraduate students, Hannah Hrzic and Rebecca Mackay, the walk begins with the dystopian scenes of A Clockwork Orange and ends at the dreamscapes of Soho from Eyes Wide Shut. The tour introduces participants to key locations from Kubrick’s films to explore the atmospheres he sought to create.
Participants will be emailed the starting location for this walk shortly before the event.
Walking with Kubrick is a collaboration between the Design Museum and UAL, the official academic partner of the Design Museum for Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition. Drawing on original research from The Stanley Kubrick Archive held at the Archives and Special Collections Centre, UAL.
July and September walking tours are now sold out.
Rebecca is a current MA student at the University of Arts London. She is the writer of a film script, sketch show, and play. Throughout her career, the work of Stanley Kubrick has been a constant inspiration.