Thames Festival: our highlights
Spanning a solid ten days, 2014's riverside festival is bigger and better than ever
Mon Nov 25 2013
© Barry Lewis
Once again, the annual Mayor's Thames Festival graces the banks of the River Thames, rounding off an unusually hot summer in the capital. Bigger than previous years, this September's waterside festival takes place across ten days (Thursday September 4 – Sunday September 14 2014), with a handful of longer-running installations also included, and features the Thames’ first floating art fair, large-scale sculptures and river racing where over 300 boats will take part in the river’s biggest ever race. We'll be updating this page with our favourite Thames Fest events nearer the time.
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Time out is a great way to make me get out to know the city I have lived in all this while. Excellent information!..
Where are the very popular and healthy dance stages (for public dancing)? Last year there were FOUR: tango, jive, electroswing, and 'Barclaycard'. This London Olympic year, NONE, only eating drinking and spectating.