Stories from the docks
Art & Culture
Royal Albert Wharf’s rainbow bridge: because we’re in it together
Local resident Andrew Morris wanted to do something creative during lockdown. The resulting rainbow bridge, created with Bow Arts Trust, has become an inspiration.
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.
Workspace and business accommodation available around the Royal Docks
The Royal Docks has a variety of business premises and workspace available to lease. There are also several new developments which will include new business accommodation.
Art & Culture
Please keep seven carp apart in Thames Barrier Park
These creative social distancing signs are inspired by the Royal Docks’ history.
Watch: Royal Docks Team ‘On Location’ conferences, delivered in collaboration with New London Architecture
On 3 November the Royal Docks Team held the first of two ‘On Location’ conferences, delivered in collaboration with our partners at the NLA. With an online audience of approximately 400 attendees across the two sessions, this was an informative and engaging programme of presentations and discussions.
Dock Tales: Tyrone Ferguson
What's involved in a lifeboat rescue operation if someone is drowning in the docks? Student Tyrone has been finding out.
Dock Tales: Toni Cox
Fancy hiring out the docks to host an event? You’ll need to talk to Toni first.