Ever since launching in 1997 with a Guinness World Record setting tight rope walk across the Thames, Thames Festival Trust has been connected to London’s Southbank. Delivering a wide selection of education and heritage events and projects across the world such as Rivers of the World, Foragers of the Foreshore and Life Afloat as well as our yearly festival Totally Thames.  

Partnering early on with Coin Street Community Builders, the organisation has worked within their buildings, specifically over the past decade in the Bargehouse at OXO Tower Wharf. We thank Coin Street Community Builders for all their support over the years, it has been invaluable.  

A new decade brings new adventures and we are very excited to embark on a journey to London’s docklands making Trinity Buoy Wharf our new base. A centre for arts and a cultural hub it is home to many creators and organisations including Artyface, English National Opera’s props department, The Prince's Foundation, Longplayer, The Royal Drawing School Art Foundation Year and Uber Boat by Thames Clippers.

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Clipper House, Trinity Buoy Wharf
The Chainstore, Trinity Buoy Wharf
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Clipper House, Trinity Buoy Wharf
The Chainstore, Trinity Buoy Wharf

Established in 1998, it houses over 500 artists and businesses. The site is a combination of the historic Trinity House brick buildings that incorporates the old with the new. We will be housed in Clipper House, a recycled shipping container complex that was the 2012 Olympic Broadcasting Studios at Stratford’s Olympic Park. The complex has amazing riverside views, alongside the maintained and historical navigational equipment, buoys, experimental lighthouse and lightship which were so important in keeping Britain’s costal water safe.

 

Trinity Buoy Wharf lighthouse (1920)
Trinity Buoy Wharf (1927)
Trinity Buoy Wharf light house keepers school
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Trinity Buoy Wharf lighthouse (1920)
Trinity Buoy Wharf (1927)
Trinity Buoy Wharf light house keepers school

Eric Reynolds, Founding Director of Urban Space Management who manages Trinity Buoy Wharf says... 
 

We are delighted to see that the recognition of the flow of London’s cultural heart towards the East continues with the move of the Thames Festival Trust to Trinity Buoy Wharf. A rising tide lifts all boats and in this case all festivals.

 

We will be based at Trinity Buoy Wharf from December 1st, please find our contact details below:  

Thames Festival Trust, Studio 28, Clipper House, 33 Trinity Buoy Wharf, London E14 0FJ

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