London's Lost Village: Deep Dives #3: The Lives of Lighthouse Keepers
Join us for another Deep Dives, part of the London’s Lost Village project.
Mudlarking: The Contribution and Preservation of the Archaeology along the River Thames
Mudlarking panel discussion looking at the contribution and preservation of the archaeology along the River Thames.
London's Lost Village: Deep Dives #2: The History of Thames Shipbuilding
Join us for the second of our 'Deep Dives', as we explore the history of shipbuilding at Bow Creek.
Photography Walk & Caffenol Developing [CANCELLED]
Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances
Heritage 4.0: Immersive Heritage and Learning Workshop
An intensive immersive heritage workshops for young people to gain exposure in using immersive technologies in the workplace.
A Voyage Through Time: The History of Harland & Wolff in the Royal Docks
Come along to RDLAC to find out more about the history of the famous shipbuilders Harland & Wolff in the Royal Docks area.
Tribe and Tribulation on The Line
A public art walk following the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian between The O2 and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Moonlit Mudlark: Evening of Film and Music on South Dock Marina
A family evening of outdoor film and music shown aboard a boat on Rotherhithe’s beautiful South Dock Marina.
Bye George: Sound and Art Installation on Greenland Dock
Bye George is a celebration of community and place through story and art on Greenland Dock.
Canada Water: Virtual Walk and Talk with Dr Jim Clifford @ London Metropolitan Archives
Dr Jim Clifford walks us through the network of globalization and settler colonialism needed to sustain early industrial London.
Irma Irsara's River Net is a time lapse video looking at the intermingling of natural and synthetic matter, our relationship with the materials we produce…
The Greenwich Witch
The Greenwich Witch has been spreading fear with her curses. Join us to help protect the town!
Ben Aaronovitch in conversation with Adjoa Andoh
Join Rivers of London author Ben Aaronovitch and Bridgerton's Adjoa Andoh for a Q&A at the historic Master Shipwright's House in Deptford
Hands on History: Discovering London Clay with Tom Chivers
Explore the rich history and geography of the Thames with author, poet and licensed mudlark Tom Chivers
Hands on History: Mudlarking Masterclass with Steve Brooker
Join Steve Brooker from the History Channel’s TV show “Mud Men” on this exclusive mudlarking adventure in search of London’s hidden history.
Hands on History: Global Greenwich StoryWalk
From clay pipes to mitten crabs - local Greenwich historian Rich Sylvester shares stories that speak of global Greenwich.
Hands on History in Roman Amphitheatre
Walk in the footsteps of the gladiators and hold ancient Roman artefacts recovered by mudlarks from the River Thames.