Four vintage travel posters from London Transport Museum’s historic collection have been reimagined for contemporary London to celebrate the city’s world-class arts and culture and the role it plays in defining the Capital, bringing people together to enjoy memorable experiences and great days out.
Charles Atkinson’s exuberant 1930s poster celebrates the merriment of London’s pantomimes, plays and cinemas. Today it celebrates the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, home to The Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera.
Original poster: ‘Pantomimes, plays and picture’ by Charles Atkinson, 1933 © TfL from London Transport Museum’s collection
Size: 63.5 x 101.6 cms (635 x 1016 mm)
(Price includes poster tube)
The series is part of London Transport Museum’s collaboration with Transport for London to mark 160 years of the Tube. Passengers can see the stunning designs on display across the London Underground network between Monday 10 April to Thursday 28 April 2023.