The Charing Cross Station of the Jubilee Line was closed down to passenger services in 1999. Its silent platforms, which had operated since 1979 as the Jubilee Line’s terminal station, are preserved in perfect condition. Used for training and rare film shoots—most recently in Bond film Skyfall—thousands of commuters pass by on a daily basis without knowing they exist.
The uncanny disused Jubilee line platform in Charing Cross Underground station is transformed into a sensory installation by Koo Jeong A, co-commissioned with Art on the Underground.
Art on the Underground is a pioneer in commissioning contemporary artworks that enrich the journeys of millions on the Tube every day. From large-scale commissions at Gloucester Road station to the pocket Tube map cover commissions, Art on the Underground has gathered a roll-call of the best artists over 15 years, maintaining art as a central element of Transport for London’s identity and engaging passengers and staff in a sense of shared ownership.
Please note that the installation by Koo Jeong A in the Disused Jubilee Line, Charing Cross Underground Station is strictly ticketed in advance.
Accessibility: there is no step-free access to the station and a moderate level of fitness is required to walk the 100 static escalator steps and stairs between ground and platform level and along the route.
Use the entrance of Charing Cross Underground Station for Bakerloo and Northern lines on Trafalgar Square. It is located right next to the statue of Major General Sir Henry Havelock and it is also the public subway to: Strand, Cockspur Street and Charing Cross Station.
At the entrance you will be greeted by the Art Night Guides, who will direct you to the Underground Station ticket hall, where our staff will provide further access.
Art Night is a new annual contemporary arts festival that transforms London for one summer night on 2 July 2016. Your ticket does not guarantee entry, however ticket holders are given priority on the evening. To ensure entry we advise that you arrive in good time.
Please note that all tickets for Art Night events are available for collection at the relevant venue and cannot be collected from the ICA Box Office. For collection please bring your confirmation email or any form of ID which matches the name on your booking. E-tickets are also valid and can be printed or presented on any mobile device. Please see our terms and conditions.
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