Special Edition Tour: Street Art with Pete

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Special Edition Tour: Street Art with Pete

For a limited time only

I’m Pete, a true local in Brick Lane. Join me on my limited summer tour seeing the best and most iconic street art in London.


  • 2 Hours
  • Accessible
  • Pets allowed

Tickets must be purchased in advance – we are unable to sell tickets at the meeting point.

Book early to avoid disappointment!

Private tours may request tailored start and end points.

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leave Pete a tip (100% goes directly to the guide!)

Tours every week
Saturday 14.00 - 16.00
Meeting point

Outside Whitechapel Gallery at:
77-82 Whitechapel High St, London E1 7QX

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(Tour ends at Hoxton Square, London N1 6PD)

£18 ticket (+£1.85 booking fee)

60% of the ticket price goes directly to your guide

Stik Statue in Hoxton Square
Arnold Circus


  • Recognise famous and emerging names of London’s street art scene
  • Discover the impact they've had on the city
  • Get a first-hand account of homelessness in East London
  • Learn about street artists who have experienced homelessness themselves
  • Experience the area’s recent gentrification from a new perspective

My Story

Hi my name is Pete and I’m originally from Manchester. I moved to Brighton in 1997 and went to the University of Sussex where I got a degree in Psychology.

I left for London in 2005 as I found a well-paid job in advertising, and it seemed that I would have a career for the foreseeable future. When I started the job, I found that boss was an absolute tyrant and if I didn’t shave every day (I hate shaving) then he would say that I looked like a tramp. I was regularly meeting my targets and he would still harass me about small things. Eventually I flipped and told him where to stick his job. I subsequently lost all my benefits as I left the job “voluntarily” and found myself in the street shortly after.

I went looking for jobs but the lack of a good reference was a barrier. Since then I have been sleeping rough and squatting while working weekends on Brick Lane market, which I feel is my home and I would be delighted to show you around my neighbourhood.

Spoken languages
I speak fluent English, Sarcasm and Irony, and I can swear in 10 languages

My hobbies are football, Manchester United, art, percussion and partying