43 Bank Street,
The Jubilee Line provides a swift connection to Canary Wharf, with travel times of:
London Bridge – 7 minutes
Waterloo – 11 minutes
Westminster – 13 minutes
Green Park – 15 minutes
Bond Street – 17 minutes
Baker Street – 20 minutes
You are also able to connect to mainline railways at Canada Water (London Overground), West Hampstead (First Capital Connect), Waterloo (South West Trains), London Bridge (Southern and Govia Thameslink Railway), West Ham (c2c), Stratford (Greater Anglia, London Overground and CTRL).
For 24 hour travel information, contact London Transport on: 020 7222 1234, or visit www.tfl.gov.uk
Docklands Light Railway (DLR):
The DLR network runs from Bank and Tower Gateway to Stratford, Beckton and Lewisham and operates at the following times:
Monday 5.30am – 12.30am
Tuesday 5.30am – 12.30am
Wednesday 5.30am – 12.30am
Thursday 5.30am – 12.30am
Friday 5.30am – 12.30am
Saturday 5.30am – 12.30am
Sunday 7am – 11pm
Travelling time to Canary Wharf from Bank (Northern and Central Lines) / Monument (Northern, Central, Circle and District Lines) or Tower Gateway (District and Circle Line) is 11 minutes and from Stratford (Central Line and British Rail) is 12 minutes.
For 24 hour travel London Transport information visit www.tfl.gov.uk
For further information about the DLR visit www.tfl.gov.uk
Your choice of bus services:
D3 Bethnal Green to Canary Wharf
D7 Mile End to Canary Wharf
D8 Stratford to Canary Wharf
135 Moorfields to Canary Wharf
277 Highbury and Islington to Canary Wharf
N550 Trafalgar Square to Canary Wharf (Night Bus)
Road closures may affect your journey. Click here for details of planned road closures and current bus diversion routes.
Bus routes during road closures are the responsibility of Transport for London. For 24 hour travel information you can contact them on: 020 7222 1234, or visit www.tfl.gov.uk.
By National Rail:
Together they provide links from most of Great Britain and are used by many commuters and visitors travelling to Canary Wharf.
The rail network and many stations are undergoing an extensive programme of improvement that will provide more capacity and new and longer trains. The West Coast Main Line improvements provide more capacity on services into Euston and on other routes improvements are being carried out to enable more 10 and 12 car trains to be operated.
High-speed domestic services from Kent and the Medway Towns (operated by Southeastern) now stop at Stratford International and St Pancras. Passengers can avoid central London by travelling from St Pancras to Stratford in just 7 minutes. Travel times to Canary Wharf via Stratford from many parts of Kent, including Ashford, Folkestone and the Medway Towns have been significantly reduced. The journey time from Ashford to Stratford takes only 35 minutes.
A regular service into Stratford from Stansted Airport and Hertford East has recently been introduced giving connections from the Bishops Stortford line, with a frequency of 2 trains per hour.
In addition, platform improvements at the Regional Station will enable all mainline services to stop at Stratford.
Thameslink services into St Pancras and London Bridge and across central London are currently being improved as part of an upgrade programme to be completed by 2016, with the first phase complete by 2012. The improvements will enable 12-car trains to be operated on the network, and have a future frequency of 24 trains per hour between St Pancras and London Bridge. This provides quicker journeys from Bedford to London Bridge which is 7 minutes from Canary Wharf via the Jubilee Line.
6:30pm - Arrival
7:15pm - Dinner Served
8:55pm - Awards Ceremony Begins
9:30pm - Bar and Dance Floor Open
11:30pm - End of Evening