The astounding UK premiere of Open Lines, presented by Cie Basinga, kicked off the 2023 Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (GDIF).
A meditative, thought-provoking self-guided audio-walk around Island Gardens, Final Farewell packs an emotional punch.
A surprising, acrobatic jaunt around the alleyways and underpasses of Thamesmead, Follow Me is a playful game of follow-the-leader and daring athleticism.
Our ultimate favourite free festival – which never fails to provide spectacular thrills and spills, and eye-popping experiences – is, conveniently, right on our doorstep. So we can’t wait to get stuck in to the 2022 Greenwich + Docklands International Festival programme this summer.
Blue Remembered Hills never lives up to thrill of the journey to get there – but this is an admirable effort to recreate Dennis Potter’s play in the wilds of West Thamesmead.
Balsam is an unexpected smorgasbord of sensory titillation – ready your eyes, ears, nose and tastebuds for a voyage of discovery!
A beautifully poetic site-responsive promenade performance inspired by the little-known story of Henrietta Lacks and her stolen cells.
Ahead of what looks like one of 2012’s must-see events, we caught up with Amit Sharma (who Co-directs with Pera Tantiñái) to find out how things are going, and what’s on his Summer 2012 To Do List…