Audio Described in-house.
Greenwich’s much loved annual ‘festival within a festival’ is back! Family-friendly street arts, theatre, circus, installations and play will take over the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College and Cutty Sark Gardens on August Bank Holiday Sunday.
GDIF’s Greenwich Fair is inspired by the historic Fair at Greenwich, which was hugely popular up until 1852. Charles Dickens described how the Fair brought travelling shows and general mayhem and frivolity to Greenwich, with people from all walks of life flocking in to share a dose of escapism and entertainment.
There are many shows throughout the day. Visit the Access Tent on site at 12.30pm for on-the day advice with the festival’s Audio Description Manager.
Great for Kids:
The Rascally Diner, 1pm & 4pm
Do What Yah Mama Told Yah! 2.45pm and 6.40pm
What Happened to You? 2.10pm and 5.10pm
Interactive Street Theatre:
Big Gay Disco Bike, 4pm and 6pm
The Invisible Man, 3.45pm and 5.30pm
The Lips, various times
App-based Audio and video experience:
The Interrogation, 1pm, 2pm, 4pm, 5pm.
Event image: A giant green tentacled puppet emerges from a dustbin. A puppeteer is wearing a green boiler suit splattered with paint.
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.