Mercury-nominated folk singer Sam Lee and his Nest Collective curate a suitably salty live music programme as part of this event celebrating British seafood. Including a capella shanty singers TBW – three young men who describe themselves as 'musical barnacles clinging to the creaking hull of a musical tradition'. There'll also be a pop-up fish restaurant, contributions from the Billingsgate Seafood School, and a history lesson from oysters to jellied eels with urban sociologist Dr Alex Rhys-Taylor.
|Venue name:||Museum of London Docklands||Contact:|
West India Quay
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am-6pm|
|Transport:||Tube: Canary Wharf; Rail: West India Quay DLR|
|Price:||£7, £6 concs|