GDIF 2023 | London’s free, annual outdoor performing arts festival 25 August-10 September 2023

Presented By Karel Casier and Aat Dirks

B.V Natuur | On Your Doorstep

28 August | 2pm & 5pm | Avery Hill Park | On Your Doorstep

What to Expect: Great for Kids | Speech free


The environment is in danger. Forests are on fire, ocean levels are rising but don’t worry, becase the green fingered men from B.V. Natuur are on their way to save the day!  

Slapstick comedy and playful physical theatre come together in this irreverent theatre piece that asks, can nature be repaired?  

Using their crane-truck, Aat and Karel attempt to build a tree, version 2.0. Will they succeed or cause irreparable damage?  

More information on B.V Natuur

How to attend

B.V Natuur is free to attend.

Site Access 

This site has full level access. 

Viewing area 

A priority area for disabled audiences will be marked with a sign or flag. Space for wheelchair users will be available. 

On-site walking distances  


Respite and Access Areas 

Quiet areas of the park available. 

Accessible Toilets 

Avery Hill Park Café. 

Blue badge parking  

Avery Hill Park Car Park. 

Access drop-off point 

Outside of Avery Hill Park Car Park. 

Photo route 

Will be available to download in the ‘Where to Find it’ section.


For Access questions, contact [email protected] // 07899 893 935   

Other audience questions, contact our Box Office: [email protected]  

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Speech Free.

Check out our Access Information page for GDIF 2022 to learn more about our access practices.

GDIF 2022 Trailer


Karel Casier and Aat Dirks regularly encountered each other at street theatre festivals. They both use physical wordless comedy and create their own sets. Karel toured solo his  soloshow RedtheCat  whilst Aat created Sulky M1 and DESPOOT. Here they are joining their combined talents for B.V. Natuur.

Supported by

B.V Natuur is supported by Royal Greenwich Festivals, Flanders House and Arts Council England.

Where to find it

Avery Hill Park

(next to Avery Hill Park café SE9 2PQ)

Click here to view the Photo Route.

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