Totally Thames is an annual season of unique, diverse and accessible arts and culture throughout the month of September with activity taking place on, beneath, and along the River Thames. The month-long programme runs the 42-mile stretch of the Thames through working collaboratively with artists, local communities, river interest organisations and businesses. The festival will feature art installations and exhibitions, performances including a climate cabaret, foreshore walks, talks, boat trips, river races and more this September, particularly focusing on sustainability and protecting the environment and ecosystem of the river. This exciting annual celebration of the Thames is back for its 27th year with an all-new look: each weekend will see a festival hub in a different London riverside location with events and activities, and there will be further events across London all month long. Find out more View events around London Bridge Totally Thames Festival is supported by British Council, Garfield Weston Foundation, National Lottery Heritage Fund, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Platinum Jubilee Pageant Foundation, Port of London Authority, The Royal Docks Team, Team London Bridge, and Uber Boat by Thames Clippers.
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In a Field by a Bridge is a brand new FREE summer festival coming to Potters Fields Park and St. John’s Churchyard, featuring a jam packed line-up set to inspire sustainable living and celebrate community action! About the festival In a field, a community park beside an international landmark In a Field by a Bridge is a weekend festival taking place on 22nd and 23rd July. The line-up will feature live performances, interactive workshops, film screenings, architectural tours, activities for all the family and so much more. Where is it? Just a short walk from London Bridge station along the riverfront, the festival will take place across two sites. Potters Fields Park (Tooley St, London, SE1 2QX) and St. John’s Churchyard (Fair Street, London SE1 2LD) Who’ll be there Keith Brymer Jones and Clayground mass participatory clay workshop celebrating the history of pottery-making in the area Social enterprise Beyond Food community Feast in a Field Programme of workshops, talks & walks curated by London National Park City and its network of park rangers Topical talks programme with headline panellists Local businesses & resident involvement Film screenings Suitcase Sale Designers and makers market Street food & drink Workshops Music & entertainment on a pedal-powered stage. Check out what’s on FIND OUT MORE In a Field by a Bridge is produced by HemingwayDesign, in partnership with Team London Bridge and Potters Fields Park Management Trust.
This October, a celebration of health is coming to London Bridge. From Victorian surgery demonstrations at the world’s oldest surviving operating theatre to medical stand-up and anatomical drawing classes, Medi-Culture Festival 2022 offers an exciting line-up of live events, talks, walks, workshops, stories and stand-up, all FREE to book. LINE UP World-leading medical and scientific sites such as Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals and King’s College London will take their stories, ideas, thoughts and innovations directly to audiences. alongside cultural partners such as the Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret, Florence Nightingale Museum, Gordon Museum and Science Gallery London. Tickets and all festival details are available now from https://www.teamlondonbridge.co.uk/mediculturefest22
London Bridge Open Kitchen is back for 2019! The annual food festival returns Friday 20th September to celebrate the dynamic dining scene of London Bridge. This year located in Guy’s Courtyard beside Science Gallery London; London Bridge Open Kitchen will see the space transform into an all-day pop-up food market, complete with bars and live music, from 12 noon until late. Local London Bridge restaurants and bars BOB’s Lobster, Kin + Deum, El Vino, Brigade Bar & Kitchen, Rosa’s Thai, Temakinho, The Coal Shed, The Savanna, Cut + Grind, Baluchi, Two Ruba, Science Gallery Cafe and Hop King – will be showcasing their signature recipes, with dishes such as the signature Ahi Tuna Tacos from BOB’s Lobster, Pork Belly Tacos with chicharron and salsa verde from Santo Remedio and freshly prepared sushi from Temakinho. For the first time, LBOK will team up with local craft beer and skate brand, Hop King, who will bring their outstanding Pale Ale from Druid Street archway. For those looking for a non-alcoholic option, Everleaf, (created by Paul Mathew owner of The Hide on neighbouringBermondsey Street) will be on hand with botanical aperitifs, perfect for a complex spritz made with the finest natural ingredients. Entry to London Bridge Open Kitchen is completely free with dishes from just £5. Free ticket registration is also available online prior to the event at the link provided below. This will automatically enter guests into a prize draw where they could be in with a chance of winning a complimentary meal for up to four people at a participating restaurant. Science Gallery London will be staying open late for guests at London Bridge Open Kitchen, showcasing their new exhibition and events season, ON EDGE: Living in an Age of Anxiety, which explores creative and positive responses to our anxious times. As always, admission is free. Book your free place Guy’s Courtyard, Next to Science Gallery London Cafe, SE1 9GU
With its wide open spaces and world-famous landmarks, London Bridge is one of the capital’s main stages for big summer events. From 30th May to Saturday 31st August, London Bridge City will present Summer By The River 2019. London’s largest free festival offers a packed schedule of exciting al fresco events and entertainment. Expect film, comedy, theatre, live sports screenings and music, all with unrivalled riverside views of London Bridge, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. More details at londonbridgecity.co.uk