The Woolwich Big Screen and General Gordon Square
Live coverage of major events
The Big Screen in General Gordon Square, Woolwich, is a key focal point for Royal Greenwich as an information and events arena for the community.
While local broadcasts are a priority, the screen also broadcasts live BBC coverage of major events, local and national news, sport, the arts, music and entertainment.
With trees and grass terraces, landscaped General Gordon Square provides a green oasis in the heart of Woolwich.
The Big Screen and built-in bench seating make it an ideal venue to take a break and enjoy outdoor events, news, sport and special screenings.
Big Screen schedule
Big Screen schedule for the week beginning Saturday 27 June 2015:
|Friday 26 June||1.15pm to 5.15pm||Tennis from Eastbourne|
|Friday 26 June||7pm to 8.50pm||Glastonbury 2015|
|Saturday 27 June||1.15pm to 4pm||Tennis from Eastbourne|
|Saturday 27 June||4.30pm to 6pm||Glastonbury 2015|
|Sunday 28 June||6.15pm to 8pm||Glastonbury 2015|
|Monday 29 June||11.30pm to 8pm||Wimbledon|
|Tuesday 30 June||11.30am to 8pm||Wimbledon|
|Wednesday 1 July||11.30am to 8pm||Wimbledon|
|Thursday 2 July||11.30am to 8pm||Wimbledon|
|Friday 3 July||11.30am to 6pm||Wimbledon|
|Friday 3 July||7pm to 10.45pm||Don Giovanni - Royal Opera House|
BP Big Screens: Live opera and ballet screenings from the Royal Opera House
BP Big Screens are back in General Gordon Square this summer with three productions screened live and for free from the Royal Opera House.
One of the world's most romantic operas, Puccini's La Bohème, kicks off the action on Wednesday 10 June. It will be closely followed by Mozart's complex and dark comedy Don Giovanni on Friday 3 July. The final BP Big Screen of the summer will be The Royal Ballet's Romeo and Juliet on Tuesday 22 September.
Get on screen
We are looking for community input. If your community group would like to show a film or photographs, or arrange a community event in the square with the Big Screen, please contact us.
All screen content has to comply with BBC rules.
The 25-square metre screen went live in 2009 and was a collaboration between the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the BBC and the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG).