Join Patchlarks on three adventures in storytelling, games and drawing for children of all ages.
Explore the Royal Docks this Autumn and Winter with these self-guided activity trails for families.
Unfamiliar to Us are organising a workshop for early-career artists and curious adults who are also interested in making autobiographical work.
Ensemble Festival will present an explosive mix of art and performance bringing the very best of UK artists to heart of the Docklands
Self-guided trail across the Royal Docks & Online.
Delve into stories, articles and stunning photography with Michele Turriani and Trinity Art Gallery’s community-based project, DOCK LANDS PEOPLE.
Step back in time and be part of this online photographic exhibition by visual artist and photographer Selina Mayer.
The Royal Docks’ biggest park is in for a significant refresh this year. Find out more about our plans for this fascinating park, which made headlines 20 years ago just as it does today.
We want to select a new street name for City Hall that reflects local people.
What has more tube stops than many boroughs, is home to the only airport actually in London, as well as miles of cycle-friendly waterfront and not one but two ferry services? This could only be the Royal Docks.