Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2017 Highlights
Watch De Roovers’ adaptation of A View from the Bridge, a tragic story about dock workers, illegal migrants and family relationships, on the Greenwich Peninsula against the dramatic backdrop of the Thames.
Be amazed by the FierS à Cheval performance featuring illuminated horses beneath the Cutty Sark.
See Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon, a captivating lit-up sculpture featuring NASA images of the moon’s surface and music by composer Dan Jones, in the Old Royal Observatory Garden.
Embark on a mysterious Rear View journey through a woman’s life, with art and performance on board IOU Theatre’s custom-made bus.
29 Jun-2 Jul
Enjoy a range of free activities in Greenwich Town Centre: play an oversized game of Bingo Lingo full of cheek and humour, watch Deaf Men Dancing mark 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality with their Corazón a Corazón performance, and consider the social issues raised in Far From The Norm’s dance production Da Native.
Take a virtual reality ride into time and space while playing on a swing with Thrill Laboratory’s VR Playground in Greenwich Park.
Don’t miss the festival’s spectacular evening finale with Compagnie Off’s The Colour of Light, which sees a parade of huge coloured wheels moving through the streets of Woolwich to an epic soundtrack. 8 Jul