This month-long celebration of the Thames is sure to make a splash with its mix of arts festivals, community events, regattas, river races, foreshore archaeology and environmental activities. New for 2016 is a huge lantern installation by the Millenium Bridge by South Korean multimedia artist Ik-Joong Kang, and an ex-freight boat carrying an AV installation that Londoners can board and explore. Concerts in Tower Bridge's dizzyingly massive bascule chambers, free walks up the Monument to mark the anniversary of the Great Fire of London and the Great River Race are just a few of the other events listed for this year's month-long festival.
Find out what's on during the Totally Thames 2016 festival
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A great celebration of the central place of the Thames in London's life.
Do check out the annual live gig at the Brunel Museum's UNDERGROUND CHAMBER. Very few people know about its existence, it's a pretty amazing place and they've had very cool local acts the past two years: http://bit.ly/2cwJkgi