The Temple Bar Trust is pleased to announce an occasional series of short films exploring overlooked or hidden aspects of the City, as seen through the eyes of the films' authors.
Each film will be premiered online on a Friday evening over drinks, with lively conversation and hosted by TBT Chairman Peter Murray.
This City is Made of Water, produced by Chris Dyson, Renter Warden of the WCCA, is a canter through the history of the City of London in terms of drinking water provision and its architectural manifestation, from the earliest rivers running through the City, the new river company provisions, through to the present day provision.
These are free events, but a voluntary donation to Temple Bar Trust would be greatly appreciated.
Please reserve your place by clicking here, where you will also be able to make a voluntary donation.
Chris will be focussing on the theme of water in the City during his future Master year (2022-23). He also hopes to offer an international trip to Berlin to see it's river and civic facilities and an Eco-house competition. Domestic trips will include a weekend tour of Spitalfields, where Chris has been a resident for 30 years.