Prepare to be amazed, as, under the gaze of the Cutty Sark’s famous figurehead, a team of illuminated white horses appear.
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An eclectic aerial duet exploring themes of sex, love, passion, betrayal, politics, oppression and power
Avant Garde’s new outdoor show is loaded with choreography more inventive and raw than the latest foodie craze
A light-hearted static trapeze act
Join in this journey across Thamesmead
A beautiful duet inspired by Jonathan Harvey's seminal play
Tom Ball brings his inimitable combination of music theatre and hula hoop skills to Out In The Streets.
Ida celebrates the lost pubs of England. The quirky ones, the queer ones, the ones everyone pretended not to know where they were but they did really.
A fabulous, fun swing jazz performance!
OSADIA turns hairdressing into theatre - turning the audience into works of art.
Climb the podium, grab a megaphone and shout about anything you want!
Cabaret catwalk celebrating polyester in the Swinging Sixties
A one-to-one session with Boogaloo Stu, who will create your ideal partner in sock-puppet form for you to keep and treasure after the show
An elegant and exciting array of Feats-of-Strength
Write a message on a colourful love lock and see it added to a beautiful, stained-glass effect rainbow on the gates of the ORNC
Arthur Miller’s tragic masterpiece comes to a dramatic Thameside location.
As dusk falls, follow the LED-lit, high-energy percussion ensemble Worldbeaters and illuminated Dundu puppet down Roman Road.
A giant inflatable moon featuring detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface
A unique outdoor version of Kay’s thrilling and humane portrait of army life.
Take a tour aboard IOU’s custom-made bus for an unforgettable journey.
A highly charged duet of juggling and drumming.
An entrancing dance duet performed within a column of water
A rare opportunity to travel down the lift shaft of the Greenwich Insidian line
Don a VR headset, jump on a playground swing, and be transported inside an experimental virtual reality ride mechanism
The audience is co-creator in CCOT’s ritualistic Massager from Korean troupe CCOT
Puppetry performance inspired by Kafka’s great work.
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