Stories from the docks
Art & Culture
London Festival of Architecture: discover the architects of tomorrow at UEL
At UEL’s peaceful campus, the work of over 450 students is on display until Sunday as part of the London Festival of Architecture.
Art & Culture
The magic of Daedalum at Royal Albert Dock
This inflatable architectural maze appeared last weekend for the Greenwich+Docklands International Festival.
Royal Albert Dock footpath re-opens
The route along the northern edge of Royal Albert Dock is now open again during daylight hours.
Exploring the river’s industrial history: Architecture on the Thames East tour
This blustery boat tour by Open City reveals secrets of the city’s past in a way that only the water can.
What the river found: an interview with mudlark Nicola White
Objects washed up in the Thames hint at every layer of London’s two thousand years of history.
Widen your horizons at RAD’s UK Asia Tech Powerhouse Conference
How can British businesses unlock the huge potential of Asian markets? The conference at RAD provides practical insights, and a chance to pitch.
Newham Swords is training the next generation for fencing stardom — and heart
Teagan Williams-Stewart is the reigning British champion in women’s foil fencing. And she’s only 16 years old.
Meet the bees at Silvertown Quays
Since last autumn, these new residents have been filling the air with a gentle hum and ever so slowly turning urban flowers into honey.