Local Events

SEVERNDROOG CASTLE

Severndroog Castle has embarked on an exciting new initiative, on Thursdays and Fridays throughout the year, they are now arranging group visits to explore the Castle. These are available for pre-booked groups of between 10 and 25 people for £5 per person. Visitors will have exclusive use of the Castle for the duration of the visit and will be hosted by experienced guides.

It’s a chance to learn the history of one of London’s “Hidden Gems”. Hear stories about the lives of Sir William and Lady Anne James in the 18th Century; find out what Severndroog is, why it is here and what it has been used for over the centuries.

The building is so much more than just a folly and has now been saved for all the community to enjoy.

There is also an opportunity to see one of the best views of London from the elevated viewing platform. See no fewer than seven counties and, on a clear day, it is possible to spot Windsor Castle almost thirty miles away! Also, nearer home, view Eltham and the surrounding area from a unique perspective.

Visitors can also experience the unique area in which the Castle stands and enjoy a self-guided nature trail around the Ancient Woodland which is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest. During term time educational visits for schools are available, and for youth/children’s groups during the school holidays.

The nearby Terrace Tearoom also offers a range of refreshments to be enjoyed in the Lady James Room to complete the experience.

If you are interested in making a booking, please email: groups@severndroogcastle.org.uk

 

THAMES-SIDE STUDIOS

Thames-Side Studios is a provider of affordable studio space in Charlton.

The studios are a permanent community for local professional artists and designers from fashion, jewellery, photography to graphic design, textiles and furniture. Set in a seven-acre riverside site overlooking the Thames Barrier, it houses over 500 studios. 

Take the opportunity to meet the artists: Harrington Way, Warspite Road, SE18 5NR

For further information please call 0208 301 8844
(Monday – Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm) or email thames-sidestudios.co.uk

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Catamaran, Gallery, 19th October – 3rd November 

 

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Viewing Room, Radek Husak, 28th September – 3rd November

GREENWICH PERFORMS
 
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Greenwich Performs is an arts festival, featuring music, theatre, dance and outdoor events. This celebration of the arts builds upon the original Greenwich Festival, paying homage to an array of art disciplines and a range of activities, performances and community events.

Greenwich Performs brings together unique arts-based events over 10 days in beautiful and iconic venues in and around SE10. Performances are taking place at the Laban Theatre, the Old Royal Naval College, the Queen’s House, the Painted Hall, Morden College and many more.

The festival begins on Friday 4th October with a spectacular firework display and songs from the Rock Choir at The Point, as well as the Vegan Oktoberfest at Greenwich Market.

The final Saturday will feature a procession designed and led by Emergency Exit Arts involving local schools, and the Young Urban Arts Foundation Outreach Bus will be hosting music workshops in Cutty Sark Gardens. The penultimate event on the 12th, will be a magnificent evening at the Painted Hall, titled Music and Majesty, featuring singers from Opera Prelude and musicians from Trinity College of Music.

See outline of events below, and for further information, please click here​

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