LocationSt. James Hatcham Building
25 St James's
Goldsmiths, University of London
London SE14 6AD
|Opening night Thursday 17th||5 pm - 9.30 pm|
|Friday 18th - Saturday 19th||11 am - 9.30 pm|
|Sunday 20th||11 am - 6 pm|
Limited capacity, registration mandatory
How to visit the exhibition in person
To manage capacity all visitors must register to attend during a slot via this Eventbrite. Please arrive at the beginning of your time slot, but please be aware we have limited capacity inside the venue, you may be asked to queue until space inside becomes available.
How to visit the garden - COVID Guidance
It is important to us that visitors and staff feel safe and comfortable in the exhibition. To this end we are taking a number of precautions. Please do follow the guidelines below to ensure you have a safe and pleasant visit:
- We have limited capacity inside the venue. You may be asked to queue until space inside becomes available.
- Masks are required when indoors, unless you are exempt
- You are encouraged to bring your own wired headphones to listen to exhibits
- Please maintain 2m distance to other guests where possible
- There will be sanitisation stations throughout the exhibition, exits, entrances and at interactive pieces
- No refreshments will be permitted inside the venue
- On the opening night (Thursday 17th), there will be outdoor space and bar available to socialise, maintaining social distancing.
How to get here
Goldsmiths is in New Cross, South East London, five miles from central London.
St. James Hatcham Building, 25 St James's, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, London SE14 6AD
When visiting St. James Hatcham Building, turn off New Cross road and walk up St James. The St James Hatcham Building is the church at the end of the road.
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The following buses stop outside Goldsmiths: 21, 36, 53, 136, 171, 172, 177, 225, 321, 343, 436 and 453.
Goldsmiths is less than five minutes’ walk from both New Cross and New Cross Gate railway and overground stations.