GDIF 2018 has come to an end.

GDIF 2018 came to a jubilant conclusion with the final performance of Beautiful Thing. This spectacular outdoor production, which received a 4 star review in the Evening Standard and a standing ovation every night, brought to an end 17 incredible days of outdoor theatre and performing arts.

Scroll down for our ‘sound of the summer’ Beautiful Thing playlist and photos!

 

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Artist or Company

Duke Riley

Dyptik

Xana

Nutkhut

The Bullzini Family

Roy Williams & Gijs van Bon

Ockham’s Razor

foolpool

Southpaw Dance Company

Bootworks Theatre

Race Horse Company

Tombs Creatius

Doble Mandoble

Whalley Range All Stars

Helen Eastman Productions

The Wheelabouts

Avanti Display

Max Calaf Sevé

Travelling Light Circus

Grensgeval

UliK Robotik

Becky Namgauds

Teatro Só

L’Homme Debout

Company Furinkaï

Candoco Dance Company

Cia Moveo

Joe Garbett Dance

Humanhood

Authenticity Youth Dance Company

Gandini Juggling

Jesús Rubio Gamo

Ballet Central

Compagnie Remue Ménage

Graeae Theatre Company

FESTIVAL.ORG & Robby Graham

Show

Fly By Night

D-Construction

A Journey Of Our Own

Never Set Eyes On The Land

Undaunted

Windrush:492

Belly of the Whale

Herd of Mechanical Creatures

Icarus

The Jukeboxes

Motosikai

Xics del Xurrac and The Trip

La Belle Escabelle

The Best of All Possible Worlds

Bicycle Boy

Boudicca

Full Circle

Dip

The Playground of Illusions

Plock!

RoboPole

Rodadoras

Sorriso

Rise!

Origami

Dedicated to…

Conseqüències

Doubles

Nomadis

Transient

Gibbon

Bolero

Black Swan

La Parade Amoureuse

This Is Not For You

Beautiful Thing

 

Beautiful Thing playlist

Relive the sound of the summer

 

 

More photos coming soon.

Photos by Camilla Greenwell, Stu Mayhew, Doug Southall, Steve Eggleton, Chris Arrondelle and Victor Frankowski.

“An event whose annual contribution to the happiness of the people of London is unrivalled.” The Guardian

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