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Hear what guests say about London Art Walks
“At last a walk that shows us that “the creatives” have always had more fun”. Jo Good – Presenter – BBC London 94.9FM / BBC Inside Out TV
“For anyone interested in the art movement in London, this is a must visit tour. A truly unique experience understanding how art really work from one of the most experienced curators the capital has ever seen.” Tara Leers – director of The Sincura Group Concierge – London’s Concierge Company of The Year.
“With London’s ever growing profile as the centre of the art world, Maeve‘s tours give an insight into the city’s art secrets and hidden gems.” Kate Brown, Creative Director, Halcyon Gallery
“Few other shops represent the Bohemian edge of Shepherd Market better than Bank Robber. A phone call will open the door to a cave of extraordinary contemporary art, explained with passion and intellect by the beautiful Maeve Doyle. A fascinating adventure in counter-culture.” Guy (&MAX) from Guy Shepherd
‘The hostess with the mostess Maeve Doyle leads the Heineken of art tours – reaching the parts other art tours cannot reach.’ Abby Hignell, Director of Hignell Gallery
“Maeve is a master of her Art: knowledgeable yet never lecturing, guiding yet never dogmatic, Maeve is the perfect person to lead you through the labyrinthine London art scene which she knows intimately. In combination Maeve’s keen eye, sharp wit and endless connections mean that there is no better person to take you on a tour on all this great creative city has to offer. Your day will be as educative and it will be memorable.” Richard Lissack QC, Outer Temple Chambers
“She came, she saw, she conqured and she turned my studio into a creative hub full of Iconic pieces of art that attracts creatives from all over the world”. Sarah Haycox, Studio Manager, Wendyhouse Productions Ltd.
“The most engaging and knowledgeable guide, Maeve Doyle, takes guests behind the scenes of the London art world, showcasing a series of artistic wonders that will surprise and delight.” Sophie Grounds, Director of Communications, Brown’s Hotel.
“I’m not sure which is more sensational – a spin through Bank Robber or the opportunity to breathe in the world of contemporary art via Maeve Doyle’s fresh, edgy lens. I’ll take both. ” Susie Wall, Canadian TV presenter & style expert