Artistic Hive creates a buzz!

01 December 2010

Follow the Banksy style spray-painted arrows emblazoned on pavements and lampposts from East India DLR station that guide you to a hidden enclave of the unusual and inspiring.

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History

01 November 2010

Henry VIII gave the forerunner of the Corporation of Trinity House a royal charter in 1514 and it received a coat of arms in 1573 along with the authority to create beacons and signs "for the better navigation of the coasts of England".

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Hotel Medea

01 November 2010

Now this one is really for the night owls, or insomniacs; certainly not the faint-hearted. Hotel Medea is a new, not to say irreverent take on the Greek myth that turns it into a Brazilian street party.

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Orchestra in a Weekend

01 November 2010

The search is on to find talented musicians in the hope of forming an orchestra in a weekend. Percussionists, wind and string players are invited to come together for a performance at a musical festival.

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London - Hotel Medea

01 November 2010

Hotel Medea, reviewed previously by Londonist, is back in town. If you didn't catch it last time we can assure you that this time is not to be missed. Beginning at midnight and lasting until dawn, Hotel Medea is an interactive promenade performance that starts with a Thames river crossing and ends with breakfast in the hazy morning light of the Docklands.

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Time Out Review

01 November 2010

Trinity Buoy Wharf is the site where all the buoys and markers for the English coast were once made and repaired. The site was rescued from dereliction and now its lighthouse (the only one in the capital) overlooks a growing creative community.

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Longplayer

01 November 2010

In 2000 my old and very dear friend Jem Finer created a piece of music that would play continuosly for 1000 years. It is still playing at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London. In 2009 he staged a live performance of an exerpt from it lasting 1000 minutes. It is one of the most surreal and evocative pieces of music I have ever heared.

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London’s lighthouse and the story of Trinity Quay Wharf

01 November 2010

Trinity Buoy Wharf, as the name suggests, has close links to the UK's nautical industry. For nearly 200 years the Corporation of Trinity House was responsible for the repair, installation and maintenance of Britain's lighthouses, lightships and buoys.

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