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Limber up because it’s time for your big audition experience at Greenwich Fair! Learn the dance steps of the audition scene from the 1985 film A Chorus Line.
Explore the contradictions and challenges of life in the city. Greenwich Fair is host to twenty oversized blocks that are transformed into a myriad of shapes.
Cupid helps the world fall in love but his powers desert him when he falls in love himself. A campervan, a road trip, and the discovery of true love...
A gigantic squid has crawled into Greenwich Fair but how did it get there and what will we do with it?
Move to a beat you can feel with Deaf Rave at Greenwich Fair.
Listen up! Or, rather, listen down! A team of sonic investigators have discovered a secret world right beneath Greenwich Fair.
Moving in together can either be domestic bliss or a real challenge - sometimes both. Join this couple as they move into their new Greenwich Fair home.
Fausto Barile’s abdomen is more animated than most as you’ll discover when he unbuttons his coat to reveal a theatre complete with stage at Greenwich Fair.
What's that in the bushes at Greenwich Fair? Look closely and you might spot these mystical characters.
Hip Hop meets the beautiful game in this high energy dance piece at Greenwich Fair.
A new, daring outdoor circus piece at Greenwich Fair, weaving together slapstick comedy with breath-taking aerial, to explore what it is to create a 'home'.
Celebrating GDIF's 21st Birthday, Ida Barr is embracing her own brand of rap, which she dubs Artificial Hip Hop, specially for Greenwich Fair.
A fast-paced piece of physical theatre featuring virtuoso acrobatics, imagination and humour
A captivating performance asking whether we can be strong whilst relaxed, heavy whilst light, or grounded whilst levitated? A world premier at Greenwich Fair.
Inspired by TS Eliot's "The Hollow Man", one of Poland's leading theatres at Greenwich Fair embarks on a masked journey through an ordinary working day.
Juggling meets roulette in this awesome and unpredictable performance based on a Soviet era circus act, here remixed for Greenwich Fair in the 21st century.
Children’s shoes are laid down at Greenwich Fair and your invited to contribute your own shoes for a short while in an act of solidarity to the climate cause.
On the streets of Greenwich Fair two men confront the absurdity of war in this blackly comedic show.
D'irque & Fien return to Greenwich Fair with a new show. Cranes, pulleys and amazing circus feats combine to create a musical performance like no other.
*Due to circumstances beyond our control Afuma are unable to perform at Greenwich Fair. We apologise for any disappointment this may cause.
Wheel through the streets at Greenwich Fair, battling it out for victory in slo-mo races, creating bike sculptures and parking bikes with passers-by.
A swinging edition to Greenwich Fair, you're bound to be foot-stomping to the beat with this Electro Swing live band.
Two men deliver their ‘Ten Commandments for Deaf Awareness’ at Greenwich Fair in British Sign Language, mime, physical theatre and dance.
A hot air balloon flying machine soars over Greenwich Fair as Dr Latitude discovers incredible new lands previously unknown to humankind!
Bring your little ones along to Greenwich Fair and this spellbinding, interactive show based on the popular children's book by Emily Hughes.
Fusing live music, physical comedy and puppetry, The Loneliness Street Cabaret is a jam-packed journey of fun and frolics from burlesque to the blues.
Incredible temporary architecture at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and we want you to help us build it.
Mr Tonet has travelled the world having amazing adventures. Discover what he's got up to as you play 9 beautifully constructed wooden games at Greenwich Fair.
Buckle up at Greenwich Fai for a wild rollercoaster ride with percussion. A mysterious robot comes to life, and a surprising interaction with a drummer ensues.
A glimpse of the future - an astronaut is suspended 20ft in the air above Greenwich Fair as he goes in search of solutions to an environmental disaster....
Art meets activism as angels dressed with enormous wings sweep into Greenwich Fair and highlight the vital role of guardianship of the precious natural world.
A model town is brought to life by three performers who tower over the proceedings at Greenwich Fair like figures of fate. However, all is not rosy as it seems.
Join the Vegetable Nannies at Moat Island for a spot of gardening with a difference.
Bring your little ones along to Moat Island and this spellbinding, interactive show based on the popular children's book by Emily Hughes.
Mr Tonet has travelled the world having amazing adventures. Discover what he's got up to as you play 9 beautifully constructed wooden games at Moat Island.
Enjoy the show at Moat Island then roll up your sleeves at this workshop where you can make your own vegetable baby to take home.
Creeping onto Moat Island, worms, slugs, snails and spontaneous outbreaks of ant dancing all feature in this puppetry performance.
Watch as three performers dance, bounce and play on an inflatable stage on Moat Island that will expand before your very eyes.
World premiere performance of a newly commissioned sequel to the legendary street theatre production Carmen Funebre
This magical storytelling experience on Moat Island takes place in a beautifully transformed caravan. Step inside the pages of a book...
At this workshop you can make your own 'starter' for the local Troll of Moat Island. Cow Pat Cake and Stagnant Soup are on the menu!
A troll has been spotted on Moat Island but don’t worry, the chefs are on the case!
Neuroscience combines with art as dancers perform in, within and around a giant sculptural head created by artist Pieter van de Pol at Dancing City.
Two nomads meet and form an immediate bond. Their bodies sync as they react and respond to their new found situation in this Dancing City sensation.
The red telephone box is a British icon but with this performance from Corey Baker Dance you'll see it in a whole new light at Dancing City.
Choreographed by the trailblazing Arlene Phillips, this London premiere at Dancing City plays with and disrupts the traditional love duet.
This roaming interactive performance will get you looking at Woolwich from a new perspective.
In a world where communication is so often via a screen this show reminds us of the simplicity and warmth of human contact.
HURyCAN returns to GDIF at Dancing City with a new production explores life as an organism.
In this new production, Festival favourites Tangled Feet ask how we cope with standing on the edge of enormous uncertainty.
Hip Hop theatre meets the beautiful game in this high energy dance piece, including fast-paced footwork and physical floor work.
An unusual herd is looking for grazing in Woolwich. Come and see them as they slowly move around, chains clanking and cogs turning.
Thousands of women took on new challenges during World War I. Find out what life was like for two Greenwich women whose stories haven't been told until now.
A 4 metre high spectacle wheels a merry band of musicians and actors through the streets of Woolwich
An atmospheric, adrenaline-fueled performance exploring ideas of identity and territorial impulses as dancers soar and swoop through the air.
Stuck with each other and stuck in a rut, folk dance misfits, Up & Over It take a whimsical look at the ups and downs of sticking together at Dancing City.
The festival comes to a dramatic conclusion with this spectacular fusion of drumming and pyrotechnics
Surreal and absurd, Teatr A3's The Senses will be interacting with whatever and whomever they encounter in Woolwich.
This exceptional dance duet between a man and a 13-tonne digger has been performed across the world and now comes to GDIF for the very first time.
Against the background of the River Thames, three Dancing City dancers explore the concept of time, asking the question, ‘can anything last forever?’
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