The House

24 June 2016
Presented in association with Royal Museums Greenwich

Programme: The House


  • The House
  • Aerial performance by Pan.Optikum
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  • Video Projection by Tal Rosner
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  • Avant Garde Dance
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  • Sharon D Clarke
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Event information:

Type: Audio Described, Captioned, Dance, Digital, Music, Spectacle, Theatre

Time:
22:00

Duration: 40 mins

Description:

A specially commissioned spectacle marking the 400th anniversary of The Queen's House, and its forthcoming reopening this year, featuring dance, digital projection, music and pyrotechnics, with Olivier award winning Sharon D Clarke. Directed by GDIF's Bradley Hemmings and featuring the talents of BAFTA award-winning video artist Tal Rosner, multi award-winning composer Dan Jones, boundary breaking Avant Garde Dance and outdoor theatre company Pan.Optikum, this production will set the scene for 9 days of seriously spectacular theatre.

Part of the London Festival of Architecture 2016

Gates open at 20:30

All under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
No glass bottles are permitted on site
Bag checks may be in operation


Access infomation:

Audio Described
Headsets available at the Info Point (£5 deposit) which will be located just inside the entrance through the Romney Road Gate.

Captioned
The performance will be captioned. To view the captions you can reserve a space on the viewing platform - or just turn up on the night.

Viewing Platform
There is a viewing platform which will be clearly signposted. Please see staff or volunteers for accessible seating options.

Getting there
There will be a meeting point at Cutty Sark DLR station if you would like assistance getting to the venue. We will leave for the venue promptly at 21:00

There are off-street pay-and-display car parks in Greenwich Park (run by the Royal Parks; 250 spaces, maximum 4 hours).
The Royal Borough of Greenwich operates car parks nearby in Park Row and Burney Street. Usual exemptions apply for Blue Badge holders.

Level access to performance.

Accessible toilets on site.

Tickets/Booking:

Tickets/Booking: £15, £12 concessions. FREE standing places on the day

Accessible Seating
Seats in the reserved seating section are not step-free. If you have any access requirements and would like to reserve a space in our viewing area for the performance, please contact us at access@festival.org. Spaces will also be available on the day. Please see a staff member or volunteer at the venue to access the viewing platform.

Location & Map:

National Maritime Museum Romney Road Greenwich, SE10