East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf
Nestled among the iconic towers of Canary Wharf the East Wintergarden is an indoor venue right in the heart of London’s most celebrated estate. You will not need to bring cushions or blankets as this is the BP Big Screen that is weatherproof.
Romeo and Juliet on 22 September 2015 at 7.30pm – The Royal Ballet
Kenneth MacMillan's ballet of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers is a classic of 20th-century ballet, and a heartbreaking match for Prokofiev's score. Created for The Royal Ballet in 1965, it's a key work in the Company's repertory and a must-see for ballet fans and newcomers alike.
What I need to know before I attend:
This is an indoor big screen so there is no need to worry about the weather. No portable seating, garden chairs, tables or gazebos are permitted.
How do I get there?
Underground/Docklands Light Railway
A fast efficient service to Canary Wharf is provided by the Jubilee Line, with journey times of 15 minutes to Green Park in the west and 10 minutes to Stratford in the east.
Canary Wharf is 10 minutes away from Bank station by the Docklands Light Railway and 15 minutes from Stratford, Lewisham and the newly opened London City Airport station.
The Docklands Highway links Canary Wharf directly with the City to the west and with the A13 and M25 to the east.
There are four underground public car parks in Canary Wharf with 3000 car spaces.
Canary Wharf has 11 taxi ranks that operate 24hrs a day
By Bike and on Foot
Canary Wharf has excellent pedestrian facilities and good cycle links to surrounding areas. There are over 1000 free cycle parking spaces, 405 secure chargeable cycle parking spaces and over 300 Barclays Cycle Hire docking stations.
Eight bus routes serve Canary Wharf – 277, 731, 737, D3, D7, D8, N50, LC1
Commuter river services link Canary Wharf with Central London in under 30 minutes.