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What's on London's Big Screens?

With its interactive games and ability to relay live events, London's Big Screens are much more than just a big telly.

Find out how you can get involved and even get yourself on them!

What's this all about?

Think of it as an outdoor venue rather than a big screen. From live opera performances and concerts, to interactive games, events and videos from local bands, the screen offers something for you.

It interacts with live events in Walthamstow Town Square in Waltham Forest and Gordon General Square in Woolwich and showcases community projects, film makers and artists from across London.

HIGHLIGHTS THIS WEEK
Big Screen
On the big screens this week:


Rugby Waltham Forest Big Screen: Saturday, 1400 to 1625 - Six Nations: Ireland v Wales, 1635 to 1900 - Six Nations: Scotland v England; Sunday 1415 to 1640 - Six Nations: France v Italy
F1Waltham Forest Big Screen - 1110 to 1415 - F1: Bahrain Grand Prix

Sport Relief Woolwich Big Screen: Friday 1900 to 2200: Stars of sport and TV do their bit to raise money for Sport Relief with a lot of help from you!

You can also see all the up-to-date information for Woolwich and Waltham Forest. This includes regularly updated diary listings and weather forecasts as well as the latest news, sport and the best of what the BBC has to offer including special events such as Proms in The Park and The Electric Proms.

The big screen connects London to the other screen sites in the UK as well as screens across the rest of the world!!

It's been made possible by a partnership between the BBC, Waltham Forest and Greenwich Council and London 2012.

How can I get my event on the Big Screen?

The screen is free to use. The Screen Manager decides what goes on the screen so get in touch if you've got something to show. This might be an interactive application, photographic slide show, film, music video, community information, event you'd like to tell other people about… you get the idea. If in doubt ask!

Get in touch

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You could be a school or college, local filmmaker, festival wishing to tour content, community or arts organisation to name a few. We also welcome pitches for artistic ideas which use our technology in a creative way and engage passers by.

Remember the screen is more than just a big notice board so if you're planning an event in either Walthamstow Town Square in Waltham Forest and/or Gordon General Square in Woolwich try to think creatively about how you could involve the screen. If you're stuck for ideas - get in touch and we'll talk it over.

There's no deadline for submissions and the screen is a hungry beast so we're always on the lookout for content to feed it!

GET INVOLVED
Big Screen

The same BBC rules govern the Big Screen as all other BBC output be it television, radio, on line or live events.

For more details on what this means to you, as well as how to contribute, click on the PDFs below for more information.


We need plenty of time to get your information or work onto the screen. We can't guarantee to show everything but we will take a look.

Want to promote an event?

Why not tell other people about your event by using the Diary on the screen?

What would you like to see on the Big Screens?

If you have a question or would like to tell us what you'd like to see on the screen fill, get in touch and make sure you tell us the following information:

  • Your Name/Organisation
  • Event Details (the more you can tell us the better)
  • Time and Date of the Event (the start and finishing times if appropriate)
  • Contact Number
  • E-mail address.

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