How to get to the Festival

GDIF takes place across outdoor spaces in east and south east London with a focus on the town centres of Greenwich and Woolwich, Canary Wharf, Whitechapel and Bow.

More details on how to get to the individual venues will be added closer to the Festival dates.


GDIF2015: Out & About


This year's festival is taking place throughout South and East London, near a wide variety of London's best attractions. When you're not busy seeing a GDIF performance, why not see what else London has in store?

Visit Greenwich: While visiting us for opening night, Greenwich Fair, The Secret Princess of Severndroog Castle or The Four Fridas, why not see what else is happening in Greenwich?

Cutty Sark: On Friday 26 June Cutty Sark is having a special late night and is open until 20.00; a great opportunity to explore the ship and enjoy the amazing view over the festival grounds from the main deck, before following the Kori Kori Parade that leaves from the Cutty Sark gardens at 20.03.

Severndroog Castle: Why not explore the beautiful Severndroog Castle during your visit to The Secret Princess of Severndroog Castle? The castle is open in the Spring from 5 March - October 2015, Thu/Fri/Sat from 12:30 - 16:30

The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: During your visit to Global Streets, why not explore the park, or visit the Arcelormittal Orbit? The park is open 24 hours.

Access information

We endeavour to make all our events and marketing materials as accessible as possible to help you plan your visit to GDIF and have a great time at the Festival.

Audio described programme




Greenwich Fair
British Sign Language Interpreted Shows
Sunday, June 22

[12:00] The Lift
[12:35] Itinerant Music Hall
[13:15] Sit Back
[13:40] Made Up Stories from My Unmade Bed
[16:15] The Beasts

Need further information?
Please contact access@festival.org or phone 020 8305 5023.