One Million: A World Premiere by Tangled Feet

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Don’t miss the world premiere of One Million this weekend on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 June at 10pm at the Royal Arsenal Woolwich. Commissioned by GDIF2013, this new production from Tangled Feet takes its name from the fact that … Continue reading

Greenwich Fair through the photographer’s lense – By Stu Mayhew

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By Stu Mayhew Saturday, 22 June 2013   Today was the start of the Greenwich Fair , accompanied this year by the Island Fair. A chance to immerse yourself in the weird and wonderful world of performers from around the world. … Continue reading

Festival Opening Day – By Stu Mayhew (photographer)

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By Stu Mayhew After yesterday’s whale and all the publicity it generated, today was the official start of the festival. I was advised to be by The Cutty Sark, Greenwich’s greatest landmark, at 5.45PM. While there were plenty of people around I couldn’t see any actual performers. … Continue reading

Windrush Day in the festival spirit before the Supermoon. By Lemn Sissay

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By Lemn Sissay, GDIF writer in residence  Saturday 22 June 2013, GDIF It’s a beautiful morning for a festival. I’ll be in Greenwich  behind the Cutty Sark in the Mobile Library parked by The Whale in the grounds of The Naval College.  … Continue reading

Photo blog: GDIF2013 / Thurs 20 June – by Stu Mayhew

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By Stu Mayhew   I am a local photographer (vice chairman of Aperture Woolwich Photographic Society) and a Greenwich resident. I am lucky enough to be doing some photography at this year’s Greenwich+Docklands International Festival (GDIF) and have been asked to … Continue reading

“Everyday Hero” – The ideas behind the show by Bicycle Ballet

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22o, how did we, Bicycle Ballet, come up with our show, Everyday Hero The idea for the show started in 2009 when we were running our first ever stand alone, Bicycle Ballet, workshop in Lambeth and a blind woman emailed to … Continue reading

“Splash!” – And the real weather control

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By co-founder and performer Susan Momoko Hingley, Pin the Tale  Splash! Is Pin the Tale’s first outdoor show aimed for children and adults.  We are over the moon to be performing at GDIF this summer.  It is a fun, imaginative piece … Continue reading

Shaping the Festival from the very start – Site Explorations

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Site visits are a very crucial part of the programming of a festival; it’s when the idea that you have in your head about a particular show meets a particular space. They always represent a big challenge, not only for … Continue reading