Bow beginner guitar lessons
Bow is a district within the borough of Tower Hamlets in London. At the last census, Bow was recorded to be home to just shy of 28,000 people. It is likely that the number has grown a small amount since then.
Bow is a very unique place architecturally. Since the area was heavily bombed during World War II, a lot of it needed to be rebuilt. This means that a lot of the architecture in the area is heavily rooted within the 50s and 60s. However, there is some older architecture thrown into the mix too. Perhaps the most prominent of these being St. Mary’s Church. While some of it needed to be rebuilt during the 60s after the war, the majority of the church can be traced back to the 1300s.
In the early 2000s, Bow appeared on Channel 4 every single night. It was one of the ‘original homes’ for the Big Brother UK house, although the studio moved outside of Bow for the 2002 series and has not returned since.
One of the wonderful things about Bow is the number of small art galleries around the area. For those who wish to see a plethora of pieces of art work designed by people from around Bow, you would do well to visit the Bow Art Trust on Bow Road. Both Arnold Road and Eleanor Street will also have a few small art galleries that the art lover is able to explore. It’s kind of cool really that there’s a correlation between the arts and playing the guitar. Creativity doesn’t always feel like it comes naturally, so choosing the right beginners guitar teacher for your lessons is key.
Owing to the large population, there are several schools within Bow. This includes Bow Boys School and Central Foundation Girls School.
Reaching the rest of London is not too difficult from Bow either. You can either travel in through the London Underground at the Bow Underground Station, or travel via DLR. There are several buses which will take you into the centre of London too.