Produced by Fuel
Word on the Street
‘London’s hottest new spoken word talent’
The Times on Inua Ellams
Live drumming, flute and poetry combine to tell the story of a city where tower blocks are stone mountains and walls are urban tapestries. Inua Ellams, Writer in Residence at the Tate Modern Project, and fresh from a sell out run at the National Theatre (Black T-Shirt Collection) conjures incredible images of a city not unlike London and imagines a world beyond it.
Catch a behind the scenes glimpse of KnightWatch's rehearsals:
Rehearsal interview with Inua Ellams
Rehearsal interview with Zashiki Warashi
Commissioned by the Albany. Funded by the Arts Council England. Developed with the support of the Almeida Festival.
By train: Greenwich
By DLR: Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich
By Bus: 129, 177, 180, 188, 199, 286, 386
By car: Public car parking off Park Row, Burney Street & Cutty Sark Gardens
By Thames Clippers: Greenwich Pier
For disabled parking in Greenwich click here.
Adapted toilets in St Alfege Park and at Discover Greenwich.
Tickets/Booking: FREE (booking required*)
This is a free event with limited capacity.
Book in person at Greenwich Theatre, Crooms Hill, SE10 8ES, or call
020 8858 7755 or via
Any remaining tickets will be available at the venue before the show.