Healing Together

Art & Culture

Healing Together

A spectacular fire and light installation will unite the north and south banks of the Thames in the spirit of healing for this fun-filled, family-friendly weekend.

Following the success of the Fire Garden last year, the striking specially-made installation from Walk The Plank is just what’s needed to commemorate loss and celebrate community resilience following the pandemic.

Healing Together will also feature art installations co-created with local communities, performances, and local food and drink, filling Royal Victoria Gardens with uplifting moments and time for reflection.

Events include:

  • After the Storm Walk the Plank
  • A Square World Daryl Beeton
  • Bee-ology Bumble Movement Arts
  • Do What Yah Mamma Told Yah! Just More Productions
  • Frock Stopgap Dance Company
  • From Greenwich with Love Greenwich Dance
  • Fire Garden Walk the Plank
  • Ida Barr Christopher Green
  • Recovery Poems Emergency Exit Arts
  • Robot Selfie Kaleider
  • The Rascally Diner LAStheatre
  • The Hidden Music of Trees Jason Singh
  • The Other Side Ascension Dance
  • Urban Astronaut Highly Sprung
  • What Happened to You? Nikki Charlesworth

Highlights include:

Get closer to nature as you explore the park’s green spaces and listen out for a sound installation created by Jason Singh among the plants.

We’ve spent so long apart recently that it’s time to come together for some community cohesion and reinvigoration.

Healing Together is the closing event of Greenwich+Docklands International Festival. Discover the other exciting events taking place in the Royal Docks as part of this innovative festival here.


All events and activities will adhere to the Government’s COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. Regular updates are also provided to organisers to ensure all events and activities are adhering to the most recent Government Coronavirus guidance and restrictions

Time & date

10 September 08:00 – 22:30
11 September 13:00 - 22:30

Location

Woolwich Town Centre & Royal Victoria Gardens

Tickets

Free - see site for more details

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For your visit

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Millennium Mills

Derelict early 20th century flour mill turned screen icon; this Royal Docks landmark is due to be redeveloped.

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Top 1 Forever

Modern British restaurant overlooking of the water, with a wood-fired oven.

Royal Victoria Dock
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Food & Drink

Starbucks Coffee

Just outside Thames Barrier Park, the outdoor seating makes this Starbucks a favourite spot for dog walkers.

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