Find out what’s happening in and around the Royal Docks

Made in the Royal Docks

A packed summer of free things to do in the Royal Docks has recently been unveiled by the Royal Docks team, bringing international artists and community projects to London’s new cultural quarter. Find out about the events, as well others taking place around the Docks below.

Tai Chi



We’ve teamed up with the Newham China Association to bring 10 weeks of Tai Chi to Royal Victoria Square. All ages and abilities welcomed. Limited spaces.

Time: 11am-12pm
Location: Royal Victoria Square
Nearest station: Custom House

Head here for tickets.

Check out our video, filmed with the school of T’ai Chi Chuan. It introduces you to Tai Chi with some basic steps to get you started.

E-Bike Weekend

21-22 AUGUST


Sustainable, fun, and faster than a pedal bike. We've teamed up with Energise E-Bikes so you can try the best e-bikes on the market. Test the future of transport and discover the beauty of the Royal Docks with this fun free weekend activity.

There's no need to book, simply turn up to the Royal Eden Docks Marketing Suite and sign up to have a go.

Location: Royal Eden Docks Marketing Suite, 12 Western Gateway, E16 1YX

Time: 10:30am-4pm

Kids Summer Splash



This summer feature invites everyone to grab a bucket and spade, and a towel for swimming in the dock waters and building sandcastles. 

More details can be found on RoyalDocks.London.

Photo credit: RoyalDocks.London

Photo credit: RoyalDocks.London

London Triathlon



The world's biggest triathalon, attracting over 13,000 entrants and 30,000 spectators, returns to London's Royal Docks on 7-8 August.

More details can be found on their website.

Greenwich & Docklands International Festival



The ground-breaking outdoor theatre and performing arts festival returns to the Royal Docks with a programme of contemporary performance, including the London premiere of Future Cargo, created by Frauke Requardt and David Rosenberg.

More details can be found on RoyalDocks.London.

Photo credit: Jerome Wittingham

Photo credit: Jerome Wittingham

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