Alfred Hitchcock Mosaics installed in honour of the centenary of the birth of Hitchcock affectionately called ‘Hitch by his fans

Alfred Hitchcock Mosaics are located at Leytonstone tube station in East London. There are a series of 16 mosaics– 14 depict scenes from his films.

Alfred Hitchcock, known affectionately to his millions of fans as ‘Hitch’. The mosaics celebrate the following films: ‘North by Northwest’, ‘The Skin Game’, ‘Stage Fright’, ‘Rear Window’, ‘Rebecca’, ‘The Birds’, ‘The Wrong Man’ and ‘To Catch A Thief’.

In honour of the centenary of the birth of Hitchcock, Waltham Forest Borough commissioned the Greenwich Mural Workshop to create a series of 16 mosaics of Hitchcock’s life and works in the tube station. Work was started in June 2000 and unveiled May 3, 2001. Alfred Hitchcock was born at 517 High Road, Leytonstone on 13th August 1899.

Address and nearest tube to Alfred Hitchcock Mosaics place

Address: Leytonstone Tube Station, Church Lane, Leytonstone, London E11 1HE
Nearest Tube: Leytonstone (Central Line)

Visit the website for more information. Visit the other Museums Arts Galleries in London.

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