Rat Bar is Popping Up in SE1 by admin on June 14, 2018

Yes, you read the rather unappealing-sounding name correctly: launching next to the historic Leake Street graffiti tunnel this weekend is a street art-themed speakeasy with a winning card up its sleeve: a piece by the elusive Bristolian known as Giant Rat.

First appearing in 2004 on the wall of derelict pub the White House in Liverpool, the mural was lovingly restored back in 2013 over a period of five months. Sections were cut off the Scouse boozer by builders redeveloping the site, then put back together like a giant jigsaw by a crackerjack team of six experts.

Read the full article here: https://belowtheriver.co.uk/2018/06/14/omg-rat-bar-is-opening-in-se1/

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