Public art and The Line at the Royal Docks this summer

Royal Docks Summer Programme

Public art and The Line at the Royal Docks this summer

Enjoy public art at the Royal Docks this summer, learning from a group of local youth guides providing information and sharing their creative ideas.

What I Hear I Keep, by British-Ghanaian artist Larry Achiampong, is a flag sited on the roof of the Good Hotel and forms part of a series of flags and symbols that Achiampong has created to highlight and celebrate African identities. It accompanies his site-specific audio work for The Line, Sanko-time, which was composed for the 20-minute round-trip on the Emirates Air Line cable car from the Royal Docks to Greenwich Peninsula, reflecting on the historical context of the River Thames.

Achiampong joins Laura Ford's Bird Boy - an intriguing figure of a child in a bird costume standing on the edge of a pontoon - and a large-scale Madge Gill installation, which forms part of The Line's wider Madge Gill: Nature in Mind exhibition in Newham.

Meet The Line's Youth Guides every Saturday and Sunday 12 - 4pm throughout July, August and September! A group of local 18–21-year-olds will be engaging the public in conversation about the works of art, nature and heritage on The Line, providing information and sharing their ideas.

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For your visit

Food & Drink

Top 1 Forever

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

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Places To Stay

Connaught House Hotel

This Grade II-listed building provides comfortable rooms and classic pub dining.

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Duffy London

Duffy London is a Design Studio from Christopher Duffy producing ideas-based pieces of modern furniture and sculpture. The studio combines art with function to design and manufacture a range of limited edition collections that play on the concepts of gravity, geography, and illusion.

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