Join the Docks returns for 2020: autumn programme updated
We’re delighted to announce that Join the Docks is back for a second year with an autumn season packed full of exciting activities taking place online and in key locations across London’s historic Royal Docks.
How Queer Zine Library and Queer Newham are advocating for awareness, inclusion and support within the Royal Docks community
Message in a Bottle is a new project, which is part of our Join the Docks 2020 autumn programme where everyone is encouraged to create and submit a zine for an online exhibition
Join the Docks this November: get involved from the comfort of your own home
This November there’s so much to join in with online as part of our Join the Docks autumn programme! All you need to get started is a phone, tablet or computer and a connection to the internet.
Art & Culture
Uncover the stories surrounding the water at the Royal Docks and the people who use it.
Relive some of the incredible performances in the Royal Docks from this year’s Greenwich and Docklands Festival
Reimagined to facilitate social distancing and to ensure the safety of staff, performers and audiences, the festival saw over 150 performances and welcomed over 20,000 people over three weeks.
Watch: Untethered: Royal Docks x Boy Blue – Millennium Mills
Untethered explores how the structures that inform how we live our lives haven’t been updated whilst individuals and sub cultures have changed and evolved in order to be relevant. A solo dancer breaks free from the constraints of the past to move into the future.
Art & Culture
Relive the Newham Unlocked Festival in the Royal Docks
Relive Newham Unlocked with these performances in the Royal Docks by Mimbre and Upswing.
Clear open spaces, full hearts, can’t lose: getting active in the Royal Docks
Feeling a bit cooped after all these months of lockdown? The Royal Docks is the perfect place to get outside, and finally get moving.