Trinity Buoy Wharf

Arts Quarter

Managed by Urban Space Management Ltd since 1998, Trinity Buoy Wharf has been transformed from a derelict site into a thriving arts community of over 500 people.

Located on the river Thames, a mile east of Canary Wharf, this historic 3 acre site is now home to London’s only lighthouse, a sculpture park, a pier, Street Art Trail, Longplayer, a gallery, The Parkour London Academy, Fat Boys Diner and Bow Creek Cafe as well as heritage buildings and a selection of the innovative Container City™ projects.

As a centre for the arts and creative industries, Trinity Buoy Wharf hosts regular theatre shows, events and exhibitions as well as being home to a rich mix of organisations ranging from individual photographers, fine artists and fashion designers to larger firms such as The Prince’s Drawing School, English National Opera, Thames Clippers and Faraday School.

 

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