The Royal Dock's annual celebration of culture and creativity - Join the Docks - programme now announced!
Film available online now!
A month of virtual and live events that explore the adversity that Black people have faced and how their strength, courage and determination has shaped society throughout history.
Explore the Royal Docks this Autumn and Winter with these self-guided activity trails for families.
Enjoy our free programme of live music, festive films and creative craft workshops.
The capital's must-see jazz bonanza is back, and this time they are taking over interesting spaces across the Royal Docks, creating a trail of free gigs.
Everyone is invited to the Royal Docks’ festival.
Learn about inspirational black people every Thursday in October at 3:30-4:30pm at Royal Wharf Community Dock.
Delicious menu packed full of local, sustainable, organic options to set you up for an amazing weekend.
Discover a number of archival collections documenting the refugee and migration experiences.
Join experienced and celebrated personal trainer, Victoria Hadley, on Sunday mornings for a 360 Fitness Bootcamp.
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.
Young people in and around the Royal Docks can now apply for our pioneering internship programme, through which aspiring professionals can break into new industries.
Over the past year, Newham Chinese Association has been working on an oral history project to document the rich Chinese history of Newham and the Royal Docks.