Presented By Stopgap Dance Company


Part of Healing Together

11 September

Duration: 25

What to Expect: Make some noise


Six striking dancers collide in an uplifting dance riot set to an exclusive art rock soundtrack by Hannah Miller of Moulettes. In this quirky dance piece, watch playful observations of the yesteryears explode into a punkish celebration of individuality and difference. 

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Site Access

Site access information can be found on the Healing Together page.

Show Access


  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome
  • Audio Described
  • Easy Read Information Available – Click here to download
  • Relaxed Introduction
  • BSL Interpreted
  • Captioned Performance (Digital)

Access Materials

Stopgap have the following available for you to access: An Easy-Read Visual Story of Frock, Audio Introductions and Audio Insights – both with transcripts.  These have been designed to give a greater insight into Frock, alongside making it more accessible to disabled audiences. Find Stopgap’s access provision here.

Content & Trigger Warnings: There is intentional smashing of glasses at the end of the show through sound effects and prop glasses.

Access content will be available online via your mobile phone. Please bring a charging pack if you are concerned about battery use.


Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day. Visit our Access page for more information.

Click here for Audio brochure and BSL interpreted brochure.

Where to find it

Frock will be performed as part of Healing Together at Powis Street, Woolwich Town Centre, Woolwich.

About the company

“Diversity in motion”

Stopgap Dance Company is driven by a diverse creative team who uses dance as a movement for change.

Our vision is to create an inclusive world where diversity is not just accepted but pursued, a world where no one is limited by prejudice against people who are D/deaf, disabled, or neurodiverse.

Working with an artform shaped by human touch and energised by the spark of connectivity, our productions demonstrate the compelling power of diversity and inclusivity. We move together to create a remarkable experience that transforms society’s perceptions of difference and dismantle the inequity of privilege, in dance and in all aspects of living, collaborating, and creating together as humans.

Supported by

Choreographed by Lucy Bennett and devised by the dancers. Supported by Without Walls, Arts Council England, and Salisbury Festival, Hat Fair Festival, Stockton International Riverside Festival, with Norfolk & Norwich Festival being our premiere partner.

Healing Together is supported by Arts Council England, Royal Greenwich Festivals, Royal Docks and Newham Unlocked.

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