By Creative Director Poppy Burton Morgan, Metta Theatre Monkey and Crocodile – Juggling apples and babies No less than 3 of the 4 creative team for Monkey and Crocodile are working mums so for all of us it’s a constant juggling act … Continue reading →
By cast member Tiiu Mortley, Graeae Graeae and GDIF present The Limbless Knight – A Tale of Rights Reignited In The Limbless Knight – A Tale of Rights Reignited Jenny Sealey (Artistic Director of Graeae and co-Artistic Director of the … Continue reading →
By Bradley Hemmings, Artistic Director at GDIF GDIF has always been influenced by the example of European outdoor festivals. There’s something quintessentially European about the whole proposition of public spaces being creatively disrupted and transformed with free outdoor performances. Towns … Continue reading →
GDIF’s Artistic Director Bradley Hemmings on collaborations with other UK festivals: Behind the scenes GDIF works throughout the year to make new friends, discover potential venues and generally evangelise for outdoor arts. In the last week amongst many meetings, visits … Continue reading →
GDIF2012 saw a host of new, spectacular, surprising, beautiful and challenging performances in Greenwich Town Centre, Greenwich Peninsula, Roman Road, Canary Wharf and Woolwich. From the giant puppet of Prometheus that spectacularly awakened in the grounds of the National Maritime … Continue reading →
Beautiful images of Saturday night’s spectacle of Le Voyage des Aquarêves in Woolwich by Uretopia. And a quick impression of how the dream ship sailed through the town centre of Woolwich by greenwichcouk.
Sharing some of GDIF2012’s feedback with you! “Reliably engaging and innovative, GDIF fuses theatre, dance, art and music to create a ten-day-long cultural spectacular.” – The Telegraph “One of London’s most spectacular programmes of free open-air performance” – Time Out … Continue reading →