Introduced by Sir David Attenborough, and presented by environmentalist Chris Baines, The Living Thames gives a voice to the many people with a hand in making the Thames Estuary the great river it is.
Despite its sometimes chequered and difficult history, this film illustrates how the estuary and its environs have not only flourished but evolved and adapted, promising hope for the future.
Followed by drinks, snacks and a Q&A session with director/producer Dorothy Leiper and archaeologist Dr Fiona Haughey.
Dr Haughey will bring an array of ancient artefacts found along the Thames and will explain what they tell us about the people who have lived here.
Tickets are available for £5 via the eventbrite link here
IMDb page for the film is here