Presented By Stalker Teatro


Part of On Your Doorstep: Deptford, Thamesmead and Greenwich Fair

28, 29 & 30 August

Duration: 40 mins

What to Expect: Participate


In these performances from Italian company Teatro Stalker, everyone is invited to play their part in creating a huge structure from wooden rainbow coloured sticks. Once the hard work is done, you can explore your creation by walking under, around and through it! A bridge between contemporary art and performance, Steli is a stunning, interactive and colourful event for the whole family.

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Site Access

Site Access information can be found on the event pages for Greenwich Fair | On Your Doorstep: Thamesmead | On Your Doorstep: Deptford

Show Access


  • Wheelchair Accessible

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.on.

Notes for Audience

This is a participatory performance installation, activities are adapted for wheelchair users. The final moment involves audiences moving through tight space, wheelchair users are able to watch this moment or find bespoke ways to interact. This is a highly visual piece, if you require audio description, please contact us and this can be implemented this on site.

Where to find it

Steli will be performed at:

On Your Doorstep: Deptford – Twinkle Park, 4 Wharf St, SE8 3FY, 28 August

Greenwich Fair – Monument Gardens, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, SE10 9HF, 29 August

On Your Doorstep: Thamesmead – Claridge Way, The Moorings, Thamesmead, 30 August


On Your Doorstep: Deptford

28 August

Greenwich Fair

29 August

On Your Doorstep: Thamesmead

30 August

About the company

The artistic core of Stalker Teatro have worked together since setting up the ‘Political Collective’ at Turin Academy of Fine Arts in 1975, the heyday of Italy’s post-68 cultural and political uproar. This has left an enduring mark on the company’s work which is characterised by a strong commitment to artistic experimentation within socially sensitive or challenging situations.

The founding members of Stalker Teatro were involved with Turin City Council’s ground-breaking ‘cultural animation’ projects in the late 70s and helped set-up Turin’s first professionally run youth theatre in 1976. In 1981 they started a residency in Italy’s largest psychiatric clinic in Grugliasco which led to the formal foundation of Stalker Teatro in 1986, inspired by the film “Stalker” by the russian film maker Andrej Tarkovskij.

In the 1990s, during a five-year residency at Cittadellarte, Stalker Teatro has developed important projects with Michelangelo Pistoletto in Italy and Europe at festivals, theaters, universities and prestigious museums of contemporary art.

Using a distinctive style developed from site-specific events, performance art and participatory theatre, Stalker Teatro have performed throughout all major locations and festivals in Europe and beyond.

Supported by

Steli is supported by Ministry of Culture, Piedmont Region, Turin City Council In collaboration with: Castello di Rivoli – Contemporary Art Museum.

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