We will be holding Dance classes during November in the Dickens Suite of the Dickens Inn on the following dates at 2pm : Monday 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th November. For further information please refer to the item on the News page of the website.
Monday 4th December
On Monday 4th December we will be holding our very popular Festive Dinner in the Bridge Suite of the Guoman Tower Hotel. Those who attended last year were enthusiastic about the addition of a disco at the end of the evening (indeed there was some very enthusiastic dancing by some members!) so we are delighted that DJ Jules has agreed to return this year. A booking form will be emailed to members in mid October for this event, so for now, please save the date!
St Katharine Docks Festive Events
Thursday 23rd November
Christmas tree lights
The Christmas tree lights will be switched on by David Suchet on Thursday 23rd November at 18.00. The City Chamber Choir will be singing Carols by the tree on Marble Quay and mulled wine and mince pies will be available to purchase.
Monday 4th - Sunday 10th December
Floating Film Festival
St Katharine Docks will be hosting the floating cinema from Monday 4th to Sunday 10th December, screening a selection of the best Christmas classics including Home Alone, Love Actually, The Holiday and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Heaters and blankets are provided to keep guests cosy, alongside winter warmers like mince pies, mulled wine and hot chocolate.
Screenings begin every day from 7pm throughout the week, with an additional two screenings at 2pm on Saturday and Sunday, More information and tickets via Eventbrite can be found at www.skdocks.co.uk/whats-on/christmas-floating-film-festival.
Friday 8th and 15th of December
The Capital Concert Brass Band and the City Chamber Choir will perform during the Christmas Food Market on Friday the 8th and 15th of December respectively.
Events for 2018
4th - 7th April Oyster Yachts return to the Docks
8th – 12th May The London on Water Show
9th May Visit to the Tower of London for the Ceremony of the Keys with Yeoman Warder Spike Abbott