Find out about the ongoing impact of the Port of London on our capital city.
Come and celebrate the festive season at Brick Lane Music Hall
Pup Up Cafe are hosting a Christmas Edition for all of your dachshunds at The Fox ExCeL.
An arts event marking the centenary of the 1921 FA ban on women’s football.
Come celebrate the festive season in Newham style.
Join LA Lounge for a Christmas Day party to dance the night away
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.
Discover a number of archival collections documenting the refugee and migration experiences.
Toddlers from 18 months and older can enjoy kicking a ball around with a parent or carer at Britannia Village Hall.
Get moving every Tuesday at 7pm for a reasonably-priced £3. Click 'view website' for the Hall's impressive programme of activities.
Make, craft, and explore the historic Royal Albert Docks. This creative club is every Saturday morning in school term.
This free, friendly timed run is a 5km route with you against the clock. Saturdays at 9am.
Over 50? Come and join RDLAC each Thursday for a spot of line dancing.
This club for children who like to talk about books also incorporates craft and drama activities. Tuesdays after school.
Unwind after a long day with weekly yoga sessions in the Crowne Plaza Hotel’s luxurious wellness centre.
Rain or shine, join determined swimmers six times a week to lap the open water at Royal Victoria Dock.
The launch of Newham Sparks introduces a new focus on inclusive data innovation in East London, placing the Royal Docks at the heart of the next wave of cutting edge technology.
Delia Barker grew up in Canning Town and now lives in Britannia Village. She gives us her candid views on what it’s been like to live in the Royal Docks, and her hopes for the future.