GDIF (Greenwich & Docklands International Festival) returns this summer with a packed programme featuring the very best of UK and international outdoor arts from Friday 26th June to Saturday 5th July 2015, and it's FREE.
GDIF will host The Four Fridas, La Compagnie Oposito with their latest processional production Kori Kori, 451 (an immersive show, inspired by Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451), and on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June, Greenwich Fair will be unpacking a massive two day programme of outdoor arts, with a particular focus on circus for 2015. There are no other acts confirmed yet.
This year's Festival brings together night-time spectaculars with family-friendly street theatre, art installations and alfresco dance, all coming together to showcase Royal Greenwich and East London at its most creative and inventive best. Intense work is now underway to finalise and fundraise so that the complete programme can be announced in late March.
GDIF is committed to radically raising the ambition, quality and diversity of outdoor performance presented in Britain, achieving this through a range of exciting commissioning and programming initiatives, showcasing this work through its annual event.
For more information see the GDIF website.
More information will be here when available.
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