Ring Out (Presented by Ray Lee)


Ring Out (Presented by Ray Lee)

This installation from Ray Lee takes the form of a series of giant towers which hold suspended bell-like speaker cones. A team of volunteer bell-ringers start to operate the industrial machinery and make the pendulum arms swing higher and higher until each arm soars up over the heads of the audience ringing forth with a peel of electronic tones.

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Exclusive: There is a limited allocation of tickets for local residents of the Royal Docks and Newham that are not available to the general public. All tickets are provided on a first come, first served basis, and unfortunately there are a restricted amount due to social distancing requirements. Full health and safety details can be found here: https://festival.org/gdif-safety/

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tickets will be booked per bench, which can accommodate up to 4 people. (1 ticket = 1 bench, like a table booking). People can specify how many people are in their group when booking


This event is free entry, but you must have a ticket to enter. A ticket is required for every member of your party to attend, both adults and children. If you do not have a ticket you will not be permitted entry to the event.

Please do not come to the event site if you do not have a ticket.

For all ticket enquiries please email: boxoffice@festival.org

To explore more events part of the Greenwich+Docklands Festival visit: https://festival.org/gdif/whatson/

The Royal Docks Team is a partner supporting this year's Greenwich+Docklands International Festival

Time & date

Friday 11 – Saturday 12 September
2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm


Silvertown Quays


Free - registration required
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