Friday 11 November
To Sunday 20 November
Greenwich/Bretagne, new works by John Bangs

John will be showing his latest works, exquisite pastels of French landscapes and of places closer to home.
Meet the artist over drinks and nibbles Sunday November 13 between 2 and 5.

Thursday 24 November
Cinnamon Press Book Launch

Another exciting launch by this innovative independent publisher.
Introducing 'Turn/Return' - a sequence of 25 short poems by Cinnamon's founder Jan Fortune, created from interacting with Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt's box of cards, 'Oblique Strategies';
and 'Baby' by Patricia Debney - a sequence of prose poems whose narrator asks (and answers) how it is that love survives even under the worst of circumstances.
Free event. Everyone welcome to come at 7 for a glass of wine and a look around. 7.30 start.

Wednesday 30 November
To Wednesday 14 December
4 themes - a selection of photographs by John Napier

Photographer and Architect John Napier will show a selection of his photographs inspired by London, the East, Globalisation, Spaces and Surfaces.
Meet John over drinks and nibbles on Friday 2 December 7-9 or Sunday 4 December 2-5.

Friday 16 December
'Heartfulness' relaxation and meditation

Have a break from thoughts of Christmas and relax in a small group
led by Kathleen Gillespie.
6.30-7.15. All welcome

Wednesday 21 December
'Solstice Shorts'

An event in partnership with Cherry Potts of Arachne Press. Celebrating winter solstice with readings at the gallery, followed by a jolly procession (with choir) to West Greenwich Library for an evening of song and storytelling. Then back again to the gallery to experience 'writing in the dark'!
6-7: 'Rush Hour Poetry', actors will be reading selected poems on the theme of 'shortest day'. At the gallery. Free but please go to to book a place. Refreshments provided (donations welcome).
7-7.30: singing procession from the gallery to West Greenwich Library, following the Vocal Chords Choir.
7.30-9.30: 'Solstice Shorts' at West Greenwich Library. Storytelling and music. Free.
10-midnight: 'Writing in the Dark' experience, facilitated by Ruth Steadman. 12 spaces only, at the gallery. £10 to include refreshments. To book please go to

We asked poets to respond to some of the artwork in the gallery. This is the outcome.

Blake Morrison's Desert Island Poems (in no particular order) were: Dockery and Son (Philip Larkin), Daffodils (Ted Hughes), Marked with a D (Tony Harrison), Filling Station (Elizabeth Bishop), Touch (Tom Gunn), The Skunk (Seamus Heaney) and In the Time of "The Breaking of Nations" (Thomas Hardy).
The public vote went to Snow (Louis MacNeice), followed by Dover Beach (Matthew Arnold), Fern Hill (Dylan Thomas), The Sunne Rising (John Donne), Prayer (Carol Ann Duffy), Dulce et Decorum est (Wilfred Owen) and Daddy (Sylvia Plath).
All the poems were beautifully performed by Eva, Ian and Simon from Live Canon, and their director, Helen Eastman, dialogued with Blake Morrison about his and the public choices.

A performance by Rob Mills at Made in Greenwich Gallery, London.

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94 Creek Road, Greenwich, SE10 9SW
Turn right out of Cutty Sark DLR Station – we are opposite, on the other side of Creek Road.

We are open every day including Bank Holidays from 11am to 5.30pm.


Hire us

The Gallery and Hothouse are great spaces, full of natural light in the day and atmospheric at night, excellent for displaying the widest range of artefacts and for holding talks, readings, meetings and classes.

The space can be hired as follows (no VAT is applicable):
The entire Hothouse: £25 per day for exhibitions by one or more artists, for a minimum period of ten days (Friday to the following Sunday).
For one-off or regular workshops, classes or events in the whole gallery: £25 per hour.

Please contact us at if you need more information or wish to book all or part of the space.