Audio described in-house.
Healing Together is a programme of street arts, installation and performance with the environment at its heart taking place at Royal Victoria Gardens in North Woolwich, Royal Docks and Woolwich Town Centre. Re-uniting two riverside communities, which until the 1960s were joined as the single Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich, the programme includes evening fire installations, a daytime ‘festival within a festival’ including Cabaret Stage, and firework finale spectacular.
Multiple shows across two sites in Woolwich: General Gordon Square and Royal Victoria Gardens.
Meet in General Gordon Square at 1pm for Robot Selfie, Recovery Poems, Craft Workshops, Tapestries and Memories of Yesterday.
2.15pm – Frock introduction
2.45pm – Frock
3.15pm – Travel to North Woolwich
Great for Kids:
4.15pm – The Rascally Diner
5.30pm – What Happened To You?
6.35pm – Do What Yah Mama Told Yah!
From 4pm to 7pm there is a selection of Cabaret Performances. Each act will do a visual description to open. Performances are highly text based.
From 9.45pm to 10pm – Fireworks.
Event image: Frock by Stopgap: Five diverse disabled and non-disabled dancers in contrasting gender identity clothing are grouped together in a graffiti-covered alley. Four of them hold tea-cups, one balances a saucer on their head.
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.