Are you a singer, rapper, musician, producer, broadcaster, blogger, vlogger, or self- starter interested in making your mark in the music industry? Then this power hour is for you!
Jonny Wooster (aka drag artist, Jonny Woo) presents work-in-progress readings of his play in an annex of the Tate and Lyle Factory in Silvertown, re-purposed as a performance space.
Singer and violinist Alice Zawadzki shares the stories of her grandfather, who drew comic strips for a living while haunting the docks of London and sketching the working lives of the people he saw.
Max Reinhardt from Soho Radio and Late Junction has always been fascinated by the curious theatre that joins beats and live music.
Join the Good Hotel for a series of events, activities and more this autumn!
Jonny Wooster celebrates the closure of the development of his play Silvertown with this piano sing-a-long and tea dance in The Factory on Factory Road, Silvertown.
Delve into stories, articles and stunning photography with Michele Turriani and Trinity Art Gallery’s community-based project, DOCK LANDS PEOPLE.
Right now, the Royal Docks is a spectacle in tastes, smells and colour, as the Bompas & Parr Flavour Rainbow kicked off the Royal Docks Originals Festival and our Cultural Strategy.
Singer and violinist Alice Zawadzki ’s artist grandfather would come to London’s docks for inspiration. Although he died when she was very young, his pictures of this industrial landscape and the people who lived here were an ever-present part of her life.