Thames Tides has completed its initial tour. Future screenings will be posted on this page.

Crossness, Thames Tides, Susi Arnott, Crispin Hughes


Crossness Pumping Station. Sunday 23rd Oct. and Friday 28th Oct. 2016

Thames Tides is screening at the beautiful industrial Romanesque Crossness Pumping Station Museum.

Crossness Pumping Station
The Old Works, Thames Water S.T.W. Bazalgette Way, Abbey Wood, London SE2 9AQ

Sunday 23rd Oct.
is an Open day from 10.30- 5pm (last admission 4pm). There is no need to book, visitors can just turn up. Ticket prices are £6 for adults and £2 for children under 16.

Friday 28th Oct. Public guided tour from 10am-1pm. Booking is required for this – through Eventbrite on the Crossness website. Cost is £12 and includes tea and biscuits.
Parking available outside site on Bazalgette Way. Walkers/cyclists gain access via the pedestrian access pathway – at end of Bazalgette Way on left BEFORE thames water security gate.

The exhibition premièred on Sunday September 4th 2016 at The Cinema Museum,
2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Rd.), Kennington, SE11 4TH

Tuesday 13th-Friday 16th September 2016

Thames Tides screened at the astonishing Brunel Shaft by the river in Rotherhithe.
Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe, London, SE16 4LF

Here’s the show running in the Shaft:

Brunel Sinking Shaft, Thames Tides, Crispin Hughes, Susi Arnott


Monday 19th-Tuesday 20th September 2016
Thames Tides screened at the Bartlett School of Architecture, on the 19th and 20th September.
140 Hampstead Rd.NW1 2BX. (Room G02, Ground floor)


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