Listening to the Bees

A workshop with Elise Guillaume, Ridgeway Users & The Bumblebee Conservation Trust.

Reimagining the Great Tide

A workshop with Breakwater (Youngsook Choi and Taey Iohe)

Beneath The Pavement,
The Marshes

Launch of The Bexley Responder newspaper

IT STARTS WITH A SMILE

with Re-Instate

ACTING FOR CHANGE

with Act for Change & London College of Performing Arts

THREE RIVERS ART CLUB

with Angela Stocker & Nicola Corrigan

SUNPRINTS

with Sarah Garrod

The Jubilee Jamboree

with Peabody & Continental Drifts

Thamesmead Festival 2021

with The Festival Production Group & Serious

This Is No Ordinary World

A project with Blanc Sceol to re-imagine a former ammunitions storage site.

Erith Made 2023

Erith Centre Town Partnership brings together their riverside community for two days of festival fun.

Inhabiting the Foreshore

A workshop with Victoria Knoakes and Crossness River Action Group

CRITICS CLUB 2023

with Worms

Dancing in the Streets

with Dynamix Dance

GROWING TOGETHER

A project with Build Up & Bexley SNAP to re-design a community garden.

THREE WALKS FOR THREE RIVERS

with J D Swann

BEXLEY COLLECTIVE

with 64 Million Artists & Bexley Voluntary Service Council

THE GREEN THEN AND NOW

with St Augustine's Church, Slade Green

SOLIDARITY SOUND SYSTEM

with RTM.FM

ERITH MADE

with The Exchange

Slade Green Goes Marching On!

A project with Post Workers Theatre & Slade Green Knights F.C exploring the politics of football chants.

Cooking with Nettles

A workshop with Maia Magoga & Thamesmead Social Gardens

Crossness Nature Walk

A guided walk with J D Swann & Crossness Nature Reserve

Bexley Collective

A 3-year programme working with local civic organisations to co-create the conditions for Cultural Democracy in Bexley.

TAKE A SEAT

with David Doherty & Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice

HORIZON LINES

with Active Horizons & T A P E Collective

CRITIC'S CLUB

with The White Pube

Making Ties

with Belvedere Community Centre & Aya Haidar

BIG HEADS PARADE

with Re-Instate & James Edward Frost

A tiny protest placard made of an envelope stuck to an ice lolly stick. on the placard it says A BIGGER SIGN next to a diagram of stick men holding progressively larger placards.

The Hundred Club

with Ruth Beale & TACO!

Three Rivers is hosted by Peabody Trust, with support from Orbit and Red House National Trust, and funded by Arts Council England through their national Creative People and Places programme.