Our stunning venue overlooks the Thames on one side and Canary Wharf on the other. It's just 2 mins walk from East India DLR.

The festival runs from 9:30am on Saturday till 11:30pm and 9:45am on Sunday till 7pm. Come for as much or as little as you like.

8th Floor, Capstan House, 1 Clove Crescent, Poplar, London E14 2BA

For parking check Parkopedia, closest parking is 5 mins walk away and costs around £30 a day. The very best and easiest way to get to the venue is over the pedestrian bridge from East India DLR.

The venue is fully wheelchair accessible.

Event Information

What to bring

Water bottle

There will be water butts to fill from on site. We won’t be selling bottled water at the event so please bring your own bottle.

Something to sit on

To make sure you always have something comfortable to sit on in sessions we recommend you bring a small cushion, a blanket or yoga mat.

Something to keep you warm

Some of the sessions may involve laying down for a prolonged amount of time. If you think you’d like to take part in these sessions you will be comfier with something to lay on top of you - a blanket or a shawl.

Clothes you can move in

Especially for the evening party and the more physical sessions

Some money and your calendar

Whether you are buying food or artisan raw chocolates, teas or body scrubs, you’ll need some cash or plastic. And there will be the chance to buy tickets for upcoming workshops and courses at
a special Togetherness rate too. The nearest cash machine is a 5 min walk from the venue, next to a Nisa Local at East India DLR.

£1 coins for cloakroom

There will be a cloakroom operating on site at a £1 per item charge where you can leave your coats and bags

General Information

Getting There

Off Quay is situated on the 8th floor of Capstan House, 1 Clove Crescent, London E14 2BA. By far the best way to get there is by DLR. It’s 2 mins walk from East India DLR station.

If you are driving, plan an extra 30 mins to get there, sat navs can lead you astray and closest parking is a little walk away. Check parking on Parkopedia.

Food, Drinks & Treats

There is a range of delicious plant based food available at the festival. The Peckish Peacock will
be serving up delicious superfood salads, curries and pakoras all day. And the Beautiful Heart
Raw Kitchen will be there on Saturday with raw chocolate bars and Self Love hearts, made by hand, in small batches, with ceremonial grade cacao, superfoods, love and mantras. A treat so special it’s not in the shops. You are welcome to bring your own packed lunch if you prefer.

Drinks are provided by Mr Karim Sams of Fantastical Botanicals. They will be serving up a range of
teas, fresh ground coffee, non-alcoholic botanical cocktails and potions and providing the cacao for the night time party sessions.

Welfare & The Alone Space

We have a welfare team you can go and see. Do make use of them. They will be clearly marked on the map. And a really important part of connection is knowing when you want to be alone. We havean Alone Space room where you can go to be with yourself. Enjoy it.


We are delighted to have Beauty by Bayari there too, a range of all-natural bath and beauty potions to soothe, restore and revive. You can find Beauty by Bayari next to the Raw Kitchen.

There is also a shop where you can, with plastic, register for places at upcoming events and workshops at a special Togetherness rate too. So stop by there if you are interested in continuing the Togetherness journey.

Whilst most stalls will have card facilities we recommend you bring cash with you too as this will help speed things up.


It’s 2017, we don’t believe in the need to segregate toilets by gender. So all toilets at Togetherness will be gender neutral.


The venue and the closest DLR station are all fully wheelchair accessible.


All sessions (apart from Every Body is Beautiful which is pre-booked) are on a first come first served basis. We will do what we reasonably can to allow people to attend the sessions they want but attendance cannot be guaranteed. So you are invited to have a good browse of the brochure and plan in advance as much as you can with a secondary option for each timeslot too.

Bringing things
We will be at capacity and want the cloakroom to run as smoothly as possible, please only bring what you need and not more.

The event is fully sold out. Lots of people have been reselling tickets.
YOU MUST BRING AN ID WITH YOUR TICKET. This can be a debit or credit card.
This will greatly assist the entry process

Entry Times
Saturday doors open at 9:30 - we recommend arriving and taking part in the morning warm up at 10:15am
Saturday Night ticket holders can come from 8pm
Sunday doors open at 9:45 - again we reccommend coming for the morning warm up session

Photography, Video, Recording devices
It is not permitted for ticket holders to make any recordings, take any photos or video inside sessions. Outside sessions and in communal areas is fine.
We will be haveing a photographer and videographer onsite to document the event.

Here it is, you can download it through the link below. We recommend everyone downloads a copy onto their phone so you can refer to it throughout the day.

This has been updated a little, you can also download it. We recommend you print a copy with the map on the back. We will have a limited number of these to give out at the venue and it will be printed and put up multiple times accross the venue.

Code Of Conduct

To support the event we have a code of conduct which everyone must read and agree to. Anyone found breaking this code may be asked to leave.

Keep the space drug and alcohol free

There’s plenty of places you can go for drugs and alcohol, here we are choosing to do something different.

Be absolutely courteous to each other at all times

Be nice with each other. Treat everyone as if they were your honoured guest. We all have different opinions and ideas, however it’s impolite to impose them on others. So make sure you ask people before approaching or touching them. Always seek verbal consent. If you are unclear on this at all, come to see our welfare team and attend the workshops on boundaries and empowerment.

Be aware of your own boundaries and take responsibility for yourself

Be clear with yourself and your boundaries. Take responsibility for yourself. Take time to check in with how you feel before making decisions. If you are finding this difficult come talk with the welfare team.


It is not permitted for ticket holders to take photo, video or recordings of any kind during sessions. It is fine to tale photos in communal areas. Ask before you take pictures of anyone. There will be a photographer and videographer going round documenting the event for the festival.

Brochure & Schedule Downloads

We recommend everyone download these pdfs to their phones, especially the interactive brochure which talks about the different sessions. There will be printed info around the venue on the days.

Interactive PDF Brochure

Saturday Schedule & Map

Sunday Schedule & Map