Stories from the docks
Share your photos: places to watch the sunrise and sunset
When it comes to sunrise and sunset, the Royal Docks is special.
Can conferences change the world? ExCeL London's CEO Jeremy Rees thinks so
Of London’s international business travellers, an astonishing one in four attend an event at ExCeL London. CEO Jeremy Rees wants this to be the best exhibition centre bar none. But he’s far more ambitious than that.
Join the Docks festival: what’s on for children
Freezers are filling with pop ices and paddling pools being pumped up in back gardens; that’s right, the long school holidays are almost here — just as well there’s something fun to do around every corner this summer.
In photos: Cristal Palace at RAD
The heavens opened for the finale of the Greenwich+Docklands International Festival (GDIF) last weekend, but the energy of the dancers was undampened.
Royal Docks Works: community activism inspired by colourful history
What does it mean to ‘make’ the Royal Docks and who benefits? Thought-provoking questions were at the centre of its two-day series of discussion.
Join the Docks summer festival: full programme announced
Come and explore the area’s beautiful water, parks, and arts venues through three months of special events.
Art & Culture
The Royal Docks is a space where artists are experimenting
Artists are turning their attention to the Royal Docks this summer as a place to try out the unexpected.
Passenger at Greenwich+Docklands International Festival
Passenger is an experimental piece of theatre that roams across the docks in an ordinary suburban bus; Jessie Russell Donn went along for the ride.