Visitors Information

Venue details

The Workshops with Jesse Stanbridge are all being held at the ISTD2 Dance Studios
346 Old Street, Shoreditch, EC1V 9NQ
Closest station: Old Street Underground station Exit 3 or a short bus ride from Liverpool Street Station (click on the map to enlarge)


The FireWater Show is being held at the Hackney Attic, above the Hackney Picture House
270 Mare Street, Hackney Central, E8 1HE
Closest station: Hackney Central Overground station. Also easily accessible by bus from Old Street/Liverpool Street.

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Travel in and around London

Underground & Buses
There are many ways to travel around London by public transport. When traveling by Underground or “tube”, Overground and bus, the cheapest way to travel is with an Oyster card. You can purchase one at any Underground station, London Travel Information Centre and many Newsagents. If you return your card when you leave you will get a refund. To find the best routes around London, including estimated journey times, prices, and maps see:

Black taxis are easy to hail around central London however they tend to be pricey as they run on a meter. Most B&B’s/hotels will recommend local taxi services which they can phone and book for you in advance.
A list of taxis can also be found here:

Transport into London

By Train
London is very well connected within the UK by National Rail and to Mainland Europe by the Eurostar. Booking in advance is highly recommended.

By Coach
London can be accessed by numerous coach carriers. Check out National Express and Megabus for routes and fares.

By Plane
London City Airport, Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick and Luton are all accessible by public transport however some airports are further away than others and more expensive to travel to. Visit to calculate this.
Easy Bus is a cheap alternative to and from Stansted, Gatwick and Luton
You can also travel by coach from Stansted to Liverpool Street Station
London Heathrow travel options can be found here


The Dictionary Hostel in Shoreditch is a few minutes walk from the ISTD2 studio

London YHA Hostels – Oxford Street, London St Pancras and London St Pauls branches are all easy to get to and nice and central

AirBnB often have a good range of B&B’s, rooms and apartments to rent

Other sites to help you search for somewhere to stay are:, and

Things to do in London

There are plenty of wonderful places to eat and drink in and around Shoreditch, and interesting places to explore. If you have time it’s worth wandering through the Columbia flower market, heading to Spitalfields Market or Camden for a spot of shopping, having a curry in Brick Lane, visiting Covent Garden Market to see the street performers or a theatre show, strolling along the South bank to see the sites along the river Thames, or visiting one of the wonderful museums such as the Tate Modern, V&A, Natural History or British Museum.

For an up to date listing of things to do see Time Out online.

We hope you enjoy your stay in London!!!