Lectures from a Silent World is the ultimate night out for anyone fascinated by the underwater world. Join three of the UK underwater scene’s most inspirational speakers in a night of exploration, encounter and adventure in to a beautiful world below. As well as the lectures there will be a lively bar where guests can enjoy their drinks to chilled out sounds brought to them by a fantastic DJ.
’Exploring the Invisible’ Exhibition A unique blend of art and science revealing the hidden machinations of the natural world. First Weekends at Trinity Buoy Wharf are delighted to present this fasinating show by Dr. Simon Park – Senior Lecturer in Molecular Biology.
***** The Upcoming **** The Public Reviews *** The Telegraph Project Colony is Fourth Monkey’s forthcoming site specific production at Trinity Buoy Wharf, a follow up to their recent sell out and award winning production of Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis at the Edinburgh Festival
Designed by Fourth Wall Creations, The Faraday Effect is one of London's smallest museums. Using all your senses as a guide, this interactive experience documents the life and times of Michael Faraday.
This impressive 8 metre high steel and light sculpture is typical of artist Martin Richman's work which seeks to address issues of light, colour and space both in the private and public realm.
Sculptor Andrew Baldwin has a constant yet ever changing selection of his work on display at various points around Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Created using only items found at the Wharf, artist (and then 2nd year student at Chelsea School of Art), Yoshie Jujioka impressed us so much we bought the piece and have displayed it on the Boiler House Building since 2001.
Set in the former lamp room of this historic lighthouse, Longplayer uses the sounds of Tibetan 'singing bowls' to take you on a atmospheric journey into time and space. Open every weekend between 11am and 5pm
Confirming that ‘beauty is really in the eye of the beholder’, accalimed artist Ben Wilson has recently completed an unusual art trail from East India DLR to Trinity Buoy Wharf, inspired by discarded chewing gum!