Future projects in the making

Here are some of the forthcoming culture projects that we are developing. If you want to know more about any of these projects contact us at [email protected].

Love London

Man looking at photographs
From the chaotic energy of a sell-out concert at Wembley Stadium, to the quiet retreat of the Ritzy cinema in Brixton, there is so much to love about this great city.

Yet, at the same time, too many Londoners miss out on the city’s success. It can be expensive to travel to cultural events. Mobility or disability factors can also mean people can’t take part.

In 2018, The Mayor will launch two pilots to increase participation. One pilot will explore how families and young people can combine travel with a package of free and discounted cultural offers.

The other will encourage more young Londoners to volunteer and gain skills and experience in the creative industries.

Thames Estuary Production Corridor

Birds eye view of Thames Estuary
London Enterprise Action Panel and South East LEP want to turn the Thames Estuary into a production corridor, home to large-scale creative industrial centres.

The aim is to future-proof the arts, culture and creative industries and encourage investment in new and diverse talent. It will support the fast growing creative economy, deliver ultra-fast digital connectivity and ensure London and the South East can compete globally over the next 30 years.