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Trinity Buoy Wharf, Docklands
19th & 20th September 11am - 5pm

FOUND is a performance installation that explores the history of the River Thames through objects that have been washed up on its banks over the centuries. The show is on at Trinity Buoy Wharf, the amazing artists colony in the Docklands, and is completely free.

FOUND is a promenade performance lasting 1 hour - or however long you want to stay - and runs cyclically from 11am-5pm, Saturday 19th &
Sunday 20th September, as part of the London Open House Weekend.

Please see poster attached, or further details of the show can be viewed at www.cabinets-of-curiosity.co.uk

How to get there:
Trinity Buoy Wharf is best reached from East India station on the Docklands Light Railway.
Take the Canning Town/Beckton line to East India. Trinity Buoy Wharf is a 10 minute walk from East India station, so please follow these directions:

From the train station platform, go straight down the steps to ground floor level (do not cross over the footbridge) and turn left by Budgens. Continue along the pavement, keeping the DLR rail line flyover on your left. At the end of the street, cross the road and follow the pedestrian pavement (bordered by black railings) around to the left by the small roundabout. You will then see a much larger roundabout - turn right here and walk along Lower Lea Crossing, bearing to the right as the road forks (you will see the O2 Dome on your right as you walk down). At the end of the road, turn right into Orchard Place and follow the road around the corner to the very end,
where you will find Trinity Buoy Wharf.

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