In June we are heading to Greenwich for the Directing for Animation Masterclass. The event is being held in the King William building of the Univeristy of Greenwich, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and designated a Unesco World Heritage site. Greenwich has a host of parkland and we recommend bringing a picnic. If you don’t want to self cater there are plenty of places to eat at the nearby Greenwich Market.
On the final day join us for a drink at the nearby Tafalgar Tavern
Getting There: Rail – Greenwich station is a 10 minute walk from the venue. You can get trains from London Bridge and Cannon Street.
Underground – The nearest underground station is North Greenwich and is 25 minutes walk to the venue or you can catch the 129 bus.
DLR – From Bank Station you can take the DLR to Cutty Sark and walk approx. 5 minutes to the venue.
By Bus- There are many buses that can take you to Greenwich including the 188 from Russell Square and the 199 from Canada water.
By Boat You can take the Thames River Service to Greenwich and can get tickets online or buy them at Westminster, Embankment, Festival, Bankside, St Katharine’s Pier.
When you get to the Greenwich University Campus head to the King William building and you will find us in Burnside lecture theatre (LT315).