Greenwich + Docklands International Festival – Blue Hills Remembered

Audio described in-house.

This outdoor, site-specific production takes audiences on a journey to a hidden landscape, officially closed to the public for more than a century.

Under the shadow of war, seven children are playing in the countryside. As their games escalate, the boundaries between fun and cruelty become ever more blurred, leading to disastrous consequences.

De Roovers is one of Flanders most respected theatre companies. This production will take audiences to a restricted landfill site, which holds memories of munitions factories and, with their demolition and the establishment of Thamesmead in the 1960s, childhood games.

Booking required. Book the 6pm bus from Abbey Wood Station. Arrive at 6.30pm for pre-show audio notes.

Due to the nature of the site, those with assistance dogs need to inform the festival box office prior to the performance.

For booking inquiries please email [email protected]

Recommended age guidance 13+ 

Event image: A wide shot of the sky at dusk above a barren landscape. Two people run from a small hut made of rusty metal, that is lit by the fading sun.

Please note that the audio description for this performance is not delivered by VocalEyes. Every effort has been made to ensure that these details are correct; however, please do double-check with the venue for the availability of introductory notes and touch tours when booking.

Booking contact number 07899 893 935 Booking contact email [email protected]

Venue

Abbey Wood Station

Wilton RoadLondonSE2 9PY
02077259798 Visit venue website