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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.

  1. Saturdays this March at the VBC

  2. Pass It On

  3. Woolwich Words & Sounds 2022 - Best Bits!

  4. Welcome to Woolwich Words & Sounds 2022

  5. Woolwich Works awarded Best New Culture Spot in London

  6. A render of the Woolwich Works cafe, a long room with exposed brick walls, wooden floors, white pillars through the middle of the room, and a sleek bar with neon signage above.

    Introducing The Visitors' Book Café – Where Woolwich Welcomes The World!