Museum of the Moon by Luke Jerram Ltd © Luke Jerram
VR Playground by The Thrill Laboratory © Jo Longhurst
Bingo Lingo b Wild N Beets © Wild N Beets
Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge by DeRoovers (BE) © Stef Stessel
Massager by CCOT
Da Native by /Far From The Norm © Camilla Greenwell
SEED by Pif Paf Theatre © Pif Paf
FierS à Cheval by Compagnie des Quidams © Marc Van Canneyt
Metamorphosis by People in Backpack

Festival Programme

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GDIF sees the Old Royal Naval College and the surrounding area become a hive of Street Arts, Circus, and Outdoor performance, attracting promoters and artists alike from all over the world.

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Greenwich+Docklands International Festival schedule

Download GDIF’s Greenwich Fair programme (PDF)

A View from the Bridge
DeRoovers (BE)
Type: Music, Theatre
9 pm | Thursday 22 – Sunday 25 June | Peninsula Quays, Greenwich Peninsula | Duration: Approx. 90 mins
Arthur Miller’s tragic masterpiece comes to a dramatic Thameside location in the UK première of acclaimed Belgian company De Roovers’ adaptation, in a new English translation.
£15, £12 concessions
A limited number of free standby tickets will be available on the day.

Museum of the Moon*
Luke Jerram (UK – Without Walls)
All day | Night time performance at 10 pm & 11 pm (Fri & Sat) |  Friday 23 – Sunday 25 June | The Old Royal Observatory Garden
An incredible seven-metre moon sculpture, with detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface and surround sound composition, created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award-winning composer Dan Jones.

FierS à Cheval
Compagnie des Quidams
10 pm | 23 June 2017 | Cutty Sark
Prepare to be amazed as, under the gaze of the Cutty Sark’s famous figurehead, a team of illuminated white horses appear, accompanied by a symphonic soundtrack. 10pm.

Greenwich Fair | Sat 24 – Sun 25 June
College Approach, Cutty Sark Gardens, Old Royal Naval College, SE10
The largest and most intensive programme of Streets Arts in the capital

Confirmed shows and companies include:

UK shows 

Bingo LingoWild N Beets*
Corazón a CorazónDeaf Men Dancing*
Da NativeFar From The Norm (GDIF commission)
OrbisHumanhood*
VR PlaygroundThrill Laboratory*
The Actual Reality Arcade – Matthew Harrison*
How I Hacked My Way Into SpaceUnlimited Theatre*
SEEDPif-Paf Theatre
Polyester Fiesta! - Lorraine Bowen
Table MannersAvant Garde Dance*
Willy and WallyCocoloco*
Baba Yaga’s HouseDizzy O’Dare
Culinary DuelEtta Ermini Dance Theatre
Puppet ParamourBoogaloo Stu
StrollercoasterThe egg and Bureau of Silly Ideas
Flit, Flap & FlyFine Chisel
Roll up, roll up - Simple Cypher
Ida Barr’s Lost Pubs - Christopher Green
London Gay Big Band
Strong Lady - Strong Lady Productions
Beautiful Thing – Robby Graham & GDIF
The Love Locks – Ben Oakley Gallery 
Scottee – Podium
Don’t Stop Me Now & Hairy Poppins – Tom Ball

* supported by Without Walls 2017

International Companies

Massager – CCOT (KR)
Metamorphosis – People in Backpack (KR)
The Border of the water, the song of the wind - Creative Group SUMBI (KR)
Pakman
Post Uit Hessdalen (BE)
Flagrant Delire – Yann Lheureux (FR)
Espera – Companyia de Circ Eia (ES)
FillageSur Mesure (BE)
Three of a Kind – The Primitives (BE)
The InsidianCaptain Boomer (BE)
Human Body Parts – Snuff Puppets (AU)
Osadia (ES)
Steli -  Presented by Stalker Teatro in collaboration with the Educational Department Castello di Rivoli – Contemporary Art Museum
GDIF/XTRAX Preview Platform – Special Delegate only performances of UK work at various stages of development

Looking Up – Stopgap Dance Company
Rear View - IOU
Full Circle –  Avanti Display

For more info on the programme please see www.festival.org

Still not sure? Then check out GDIF’s 2017 introduction trailer and get a feel for what has become known as London’s premier Outdoor Arts festival.