The Sun is (hopefully) shining and you don’t have to be at work for four days! Where best to unwind than at a stunning riverside location? Read our ultimate guide to find our top picks for fun relaxing choices this long weekend.
What happens when you get stand-up paddle boarders to tackle the global issue of single-use plastic in London? The Plastic Oceans Festival opens this month and we're proud to be supporting but what is single-use plastic and why should you care?
The majestic Tall Ships will be back in London from 12-16 April for your cruising pleasure on the river Thames and we've got two pairs of tickets to giveaway!
Sing For Water returns for the fifteenth year in September and we're looking for choirs to join the outdoor riverside concert and help us reach our target of 1 million pounds for WaterAid!
We’re launching a project to record the living history of London’s boatyards from the Thames Barrier up to Teddington Lock, bringing to light this important history of the working river.
We're collaborating with Kinetika on Silk River, a major project to be part of the UK-India Year of Culture celebrating the unique relationship between communities along the Thames and India’s Hooghly River.
From river races, art installations to subterranean sounds - join London's month-long celebration of the Thames this September.
Rivers of the World is a cross-curricular arts education programme delivered in partnership with the British Council in secondary schools connecting young people with their local river and peers around the world.
It's the final day in our festive flashback and we salute the ships that have graced the Thames from Tall Ships to the Cutty Sark.
It’s the fifth day of our festive flashback and today we're spotlighting Ik-Joong Kang's floating installation made of 500 stories that lit up the Thames.