Presented By Far From the Norm

Good Youtes Walk

Part of Greenwich Fair & On Your Doorstep

29 & 30 August

Duration: 35 mins

What to Expect: Make some noise


This optimistic new dance theatre performance from one of Britain’s leading hip hop companies explores how young people are reclaiming their future by building unity and empathy that transcends race, class, gender and geography. Featuring tour de force performances on a boldly designed set, this dynamic new production is an energising call for change.

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Site Access

Site Access information is available on the Greenwich Fair page.

Show Access


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.

Notes for Audience

Text is not integral to the performance, but does add to the performance experience. Text is mostly over speakers.

Where to find it

Good Youtes Walk will be performed at:

Greenwich Fair – Monument Gardens, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, SE10 9NN | 29 August, 2.55pm & 5.55pm

On Your Doorstep: Thamesmead – Claridge Way, The Moorings, Thamesmead | 30 August, 1.05pm & 6.10pm

Greenwich Fair

29 August

On Your Doorstep: Thamesmead

30 August

About the company

Far From The Norm is the cornerstone of the hip hop community in the UK and is a critically and publicly renowned dance theatre company, led by Artistic Director Botis Seva.

Original, vital and fearless, Far From The Norm has carved a reputation as a highly skilled and experimental hip hop collective. Their burning scrutiny of public preoccupations, politics and the contemporary world fuels their work and demands a response.

Supported by

Good Youtes Walk is commissioned by FESTIVAL.ORG, and supported by 101 Outdoor Arts and Without Walls. Creation residency supported by Out There Arts. Funded by Arts Council England.

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