THE JETTY: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
Originally designed as an unloading point for coal destined for Blackwall Point Power Station, The Jetty’s future is firmly fixed on becoming a destination for art and culture, as well as a vibrant spot for dining and evening drinks.
Past summers have seen it host exclusive, site-specific performances as well as pop-up bars and restaurants, but Farmopolis is its most ambitious project yet.
Following The Jetty’s evolution from classic concrete pier to verdant river garden, Farmopolis will be open for between 12-15 months, running a full programme of events, as well as being available for private hire.
Over the summer Farmopolis will play host to a diverse range of happenings including, talks and debates, experiential supper clubs, literary salons, folk jams and contemporary performance.
Weekend workshops will transform The Jetty into a hub of creativity and wellbeing.