Canary Wharf Group says: We’re sorry to announce that, as several of our international artists are unable to travel to and from the UK due to current Covid-19 restrictions, we’ve taken the difficult decision to postpone our Winter Lights event. We look forward to bringing you our award-winning family festival next winter.
Chinese artist Wallace Chan will showcase 10 of his large-scale titanium and iron sculptures for his exhibition “Titans: A dialogue between materials, space, and time”.
Whether it’s an after-work spin or a special treat, slide along to the Canary Wharf Ice Rink.
Mystery surrounds the sudden death of an 11-year-old girl at an address on Sutton Street in Shadwell on Saturday afternoon.
Queen Mary University of London and Newham College have announced the launch of the London City Institute of Technology (LCIoT).
A leading London police chief has made a stout defence of the values of the Met Police after the organisation came in for criticism over the murder of Sarah Everard.
Straight from the rugged coast of the South West, Shutters Canary Wharf will open on December 1 celebrating Cornish produce fresh from sea and land, prepared, cooked, and inspired by the sun-soaked living of Southern California.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) will occupy the permanent new City Hall in the Royal Docks from January 2022, Mayor Sadiq Khan has said.
Canary Wharf’s magical Winter Lights festival is back for its seventh year, returning to light up the dark winter nights in January 2022. Combining creativity with state of the art light technology, the stunning showcase of illumination and colour will run across 11 days from Wednesday January 19 to Saturday January 29. And it’s free.