Art & Culture
Musicity x Royal Docks by MSCTY
Love music? Love architecture? MSCTY has combined the two with this series of commissioned soundtracks which highlight the architectural and cultural heritage of the Royal Docks through the creative imagination of local artists.
This project commissioned local musicians and sound artists to explore the area and create tracks inspired by specific spaces. The tracks are geo-tagged and available to listen to for free as you explore the Royal Docks.
Listen to music at these locations and online now:
- The Crystal – track by musician Joy Joseph
- Thames Barrier – track by musician, Galya Bisengalieva
- Stothert and Pitt cranes – track by musician, Ecka Mordecai
- The Royal Victoria Dock Footbridge - track by musicians, Robbie Judkins and Mia Kukathasan
- Woolwich Foot Tunnel – track by musician, Al Macsween
In addition, sound artist and academic Debbie Kent has created an audio walk connecting the locations across the area so you can explore and experience sounds as you walk, cycle or exercise.
Created by Nick Luscombe in 2010, MSCTY has been working with sound artists and musicians to develop responses to mostly existing, physical architecture and space, exploring new ways to experience the world around us.
For your visit
Places To Stay
Good Hotel London
This floating hotel is also a not-for profit organisation that invests in the local community.
London Borough of Newham
The dockside HQ of Newham Council.
Expressway is a community of almost 200 thriving businesses facing onto Royal Victoria Dock. Recognised as a place where creative enterprises, SMEs and start ups can flourish, no two of their businesses are alike but all are like minded.
Royal Docks Summer Programme
Britannia Village Family Fun Day
Saturday 20 August
Celebrate summer in West Silvertown with something for everyone
Art & Culture
DOCK LANDS PEOPLE by Michele Turriani and Trinity Art Gallery
Online exhibition available now
Delve into stories, articles and stunning photography with Michele Turriani and Trinity Art Gallery’s community-based project, DOCK LANDS PEOPLE.