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What: Thames Festival Trust: Totally Thames 2020
Celebrating the River Thames with arts events, active adventures, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes.
Live streamed shows and performances from the Thames Festival Trust
1st event: A River Runs Through It
When: Wed 2nd - Sun 6th Sep 2020, 11am - 8pm
This year A River Runs Through It is proud to present an exciting online blend of art in a unique virtual exhibition, intriguing podcasts and films about our favourite London gems, interviews with remarkable London heroes, and an emotional tribute to London in lockdown.
Enjoy the A River Runs Through It virtual programme on Zoom. Full of podcasts, online exhibitions and films about London's secret spots, it looks into culture and its response to the lockdown.
Join artists Michael Wallner, Ella Freire, LoveJordan, Emma Reynolds, and Susan Bunn for an eclectic mix of art and culture. The exhibition celebrates London’s intoxicating mix of vibrant colours, stunning architecture, the beauty of the Thames, its bustling streets, and the non-stop buffet of cultural events.
2nd event: A Charm of Watery Foxes
When: Fri 11th - Sat 12th Sep 2020 9pm - 1am
Are you a nocturnal creature? Build up your energy for late-night online walk A Charm of Watery Foxes from Woolwich Old Docks to Canary Wharfside – where watery foxes mingle.
InspiralLondon takes you on a walk from Woolwich Old Docks to Canary Wharf Sides urban and industrial heritage. Listen to a collective exploration of London, as watery foxes emerge from their dens and earths to scavenge and play along the Thames. The skulking foxes meet up in a variety of charming rendez-vous and allow you to hear the city through human or non-human eyes. By listening to the Thames we begin to build a picture of the river’s central role in feeding and sustaining the City, maintaining the equilibrium of the metropole.
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