Visit the Show

Getting There

artsdepot is at the heart of Tally Ho Corner in North Finchley. artsdepot’s entrance can be found on the pedestrianised thoroughfare on the north side of the building.

By Tube

artsdepot is situated between West Finchley, Finchley Central and Woodside Park tube stations on the Northern Line (High Barnet branch). West Finchley and Woodside Park are the closest stations (approx 10 min walk), however Finchley Central has the best bus link with frequent services along Ballards Lane to North Finchley (3 mins, services 125, 82 or 460).

By Bus

North Finchley Bus Station is within the Tally Ho Complex with many of the local routes running through the centre, or stopping nearby.

134 from Tottenham Court Road, via Euston, Camden Town, Archway, Muswell Hill, Highgate & Friern Barnet.

263 from Archway, via East Finchley to Whetstone and Barnet.

82 from Victoria, via Baker Street, Swiss Cottage, Finchley Road, Golders Green, Temple fortune to High Barnet.

125 from Tottenham Court Road, via Euston, Camden Town, Archway, Muswell Hill, Highgate & Friern Barnet.

134 from Finchley Central, via Finchley, Whetstone, Bounds Green to Winchmore Hill.

221 from Finchley, via Mill Hill East, Wood Green to Edgware.

460 from North Finchley, via Temple Fortune to Cricklewood.

By Car

artsdepot is just off the north circular, take the exit at Colney Hatch Road, High Road or Regents Park Road.

There are around 400 Pay and Display parking spaces in borough run car parks (see downloadable map to the left) in close proximity to artsdepot.


The exhibition ran from Friday 26th June to Monday 6th July 2009. On Thursday 25th June there was an opening night for invited guests and press.


5 Nether Street Tally Ho Corner North Finchley London N12 OGA

Opening Times

12.00PM- 4.00PM

On selected performance evenings the exhibition opened from 6PM-8PM



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Justin Rowlatt

At artsdepo in London on the 26th June Justin Rowlatt, renowned journalist and ‘Ethical Man’ opened the show and shared his experiences and ideas on living sustainably and tackling climate change

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