GDIF 2022 | London’s free, annual outdoor performing arts festival 26 August-11 September 2022
3 - 4 September | 1pm & 3.30pm | The Jetty, Olympian Way, London SE10 0JF
What to Expect: On the Move | Participate
A promenade folk ritual reminding us of our responsibilities as custodians of the natural world.
Geology, sci-fi and rave culture come together in this guided journey deep into the sounds that continually shape our landscape.
Discover the fascinating geological processes of the world around you whilst listening, through beautiful, hand-crafted aluminium geophones, to the stories of the rocks beneath your feet.
More information on Geophonic
How to attend
Geophonic is a free, ticketed event.
Modern, newly built site with clean concrete flooring. Ramps available at rear of site. Lifts also available to the upper level.
On-site walking distances
This promenade performance is a 60 minute slow walk. The starting point is a 13 minute walk from North Greenwich station.
Respite and Access Areas
Cafes and coffee shops in and near the O2 10 minutes away.
Accessible toilets available at the NOW Gallery, Greenwich Peninsula.
Blue badge parking
Car Park 3 – The O2 or Car Park 4B. (SE10 0ER)
Access drop-off point
Near Car Park 3, on Cutter Lane.
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BSL Interpretation and Audio Description on Saturday 3 September at 3.30pm.
The performance is a 45- 60 minute slow walk.
Check out our Access Information page for GDIF 2022 to learn more about our access practices.
Created and directed by Lorna Rees
Costume design: Adele Keeley
Earth Scientist and collaborator: Dr Anjana Khatwa
Sound and music: Matthew Shaw, Laura Reid, Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne and Ricci Ricardi
Produced and commissioned by Activate Performing Arts, with funding from Activate Performing Arts, Jerwood Arts, Arts Council England, Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Gobbledegook Theatre, and support from the Arts University Bournemouth ERDF innovation programme and Greenwich Peninsula.
Where to find it
The Jetty, Olympian Way, London SE10 0JF