From Farringdon Station (Thameslink, or Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City lines on the Underground) turn onto Turnmill Street.

At the top of Turnmill Street cross over Clerkenwell Road at the pedestrian lights, bear right along this road and take the first left onto Clerkenwell Green. Walk diagonally across the Green towards a garden enclosed by a wrought iron fence. This is the churchyard of St James, Clerkenwell.

You can enter this gate and walk through the churchyard, exiting to the right after the coffee kiosk, or go around the outside of the churchyard walking down St James’s Walk. The top of St James’s Walk forms a T-junction with Sans Walk, and the entrance to Kingsway Place is at the junction of the two streets – you’ll see Kingsway Place from the moment you enter St James’s Walk.


Strathmore/Sans Walk has two parking spaces in the yard of Kingsway Place, which may be booked by a phone call to the office on 020 7324 0100. The only vehicle approach, because of one-way systems, is along St James’s Walk. From St John Street turn into Aylesbury Street (across the road from Waitrose and Tesco) then take a sharp right into Sekforde Street.

If there is no porter on the gate, you will need to contact the office on arrival to get the vehicle gates opened. Spaces are numbered; please park only in the space we allocate you so as not to upset our neighbours. Don’t forget that we are within the Congestion Charge zone (payment can be done online from the Studio greenroom).


Buses 55 (Oxford Circus to Hackney/Clapton), 243 (Waterloo Station to Wood Green), 40 (Dulwich Library to Clerkenwell), 63 (Honour Oak to King’s Cross), 38 (Hackney Central to Victoria) and 73 (Oxford Circus to Stoke Newington) all have stops in close proximity to Kingsway Place. The closest are the 55 and 243, but the others are only a few minutes’ walk.