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The Crossing – Installation by Henry Reichhold

Published on 31st August 2023

The experience of walking across one of London’s bridges is never the same twice, weather is everything. Come down to London Bridge Station and experience a photography installation by the artist Henry Reichhold, celebrating the uniqueness of London’s Bridges. The experience of walking across one of London’s bridges is never the same twice, from enjoying the solitude of crossing over on an early summer morning to battling against wind and rain in the middle of winter the experience is always somehow unique. Presented by Team London Bridge as part of its programme for Totally Thames – Thames Festival Trust

Tidal Traces at the Old Operating Theatre

Tidal Traces draws attention to issues relating to the River Thames through a series of free-hanging installations, time-lapse video at the Old Operating Theatre Museum and workshop. Irma Irsara continues her exploration of environmental issues, looking at material that finds its way into the Thames through natural phenomena and human activity, and the impact on the health of the river’s eco-system and the surrounding population. She recovers debris from the foreshore to create work using video, cyanography, chromatography and micrography to represent both the visible and the invisible, in particular micro fibre plastic and pharmaceutical contaminants. Dates and Times Fri 1st – Sat 30th Sep 2023 10:30am – 5pm Book tickets Museum opening times: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10.30am – 5.00pm (last admission is 4.15pm) Drop-in family workshop: Sunday 3 September 2023, 11am – 4.30pm available with paid entry to the museum Entry price to the museum for exhibition and workshop Adult: £7.50 Concessions: £6.00 Child 6-16 years: £4.50 Children under 6 years: Free Carers (with a full paying adult, concession or child ticket): Free Family (2 adults, 2 children): £18.00, additional child, £1 each