GDIF2012 – and where were you?

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

“A visual feast.. absolutely spectacular.” – The Stage

“This is street theatre at its best: epic, emotive and full of surprises”A Younger Theatre

Audience feedback:

“The crowd are loving it, smiling broadly and waving their cameras at approaching manidibles. Small children gawp in awe from the pavement”

“…without doubt, the most exciting thing ever to happen here”

“It’s been a lively hour, bringing art to an appreciative community who’d rarely think of going to see art for themselves”

“Really excellent. Enjoyed it, as did my family. Spellbinding performances – had us all smiling and laughing. Great!”

“Brilliant, inspiring, comic, wonderful. Please keep it coming! Makes London liveable!”

GDIF2012 - Photo by Ray Gibson

GDIF2012: Insectes - Photo by Ray Gibson

GDIF2012 - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012: The Invasion - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012 - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012: The Man Who Lost His Buttons - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012 - Photo by Ray Gibson

GDIF2012: Knight Watch - Photo by Ray Gibson

GDIF2012 Dancing City: Expedition Paddock - Photo by Simon Annand

GDIF2012: Expedition Paddock - Photo by Simon Annand

GDIF2012 - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012: Thingamabob - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012 - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012: This Place Means - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012: Motor Show - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012: Motor Show - Photo by Warren King

GDIF2012 - Photo by Simon Annand

GDIF2012: Le Voyage des Aquarêves - Photo by Simon Annand

Visit the GDIF Gallery for more Festival pictures.

 

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