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A render of the Fireworks Factory, a large space with a concrete floor, brick walls, and a metal and glass roof.

We’re Woolwich Works: a brand new cultural hub on the historic Royal Arsenal, right next to the Thames.

Woolwich Works is a multi-million pound project by the Royal Borough of Greenwich to restore five heritage industrial buildings on the Royal Arsenal, creating a new landmark cultural hub for London. With large-scale, flexible performance and event spaces, rehearsal studios, rooms for community events and celebrations, bars and a café, the site will be home to a number of local, national and internationally-renowned resident artistic companies.

Woolwich Works will throw open its doors in 2021.

Find out more about what's happening around the building below.

List of News Articles

  1. A mint green table with an array of cuisines, including fish and chips, burgers, and curry, decorated with chillies and lime slices.

    Meet Our Caterers: Clement Worrall

  2. Proud to be a Works in progress

  3. The foyer of Woolwich Works, with exposed brick walls, dark wooden flooring, large arched windows and doors, and a white metal staircase curving up to the left

    A Date For Your Diary

  4. Our Chief Executive James Heaton is a white man wearing a blue t-shirt and jeans, standing at the end of Love Lane in Woolwich

    Welcome from our Chief Executive