GDIF 2024 | London’s free, annual outdoor performing arts festival 23 August-8 September 2024

Presented By Studio Roosegaarde


26 - 27 August | 9pm | The Queens House Lawns, SE10 9NF

Duration: 2hours

What to Expect: Family friendly | Sensory spectacle


Organic fireworks illuminate Greenwich in this sustainable celebration and spectacular UK Premiere.  

Artist Daan Roosegaarde became inspired by the magical light of fireflies, and the desire to transform traditional methods of celebration such as fireworks, balloons, drones and confetti. The result is SPARK, a poetic performance that combines innovative technology with awe-inspiring design. 

Thousands of biodegradable light sparks organically move with the ever-changing wind, inspiring you to marvel, wonder and reflect. 

Bring your own blanket and pillow and be amazed under the SPARKS.

More information on Spark

How to attend

SPARK 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 

The site is large and has many quiet areas to relax in.  

Accessible Toilets 

Accessible Portaloo toilet on site.

Blue badge parking  

Cutty Sark gardens, Park row (25 Park Row, London SE10 9NL), College Way Car Park 

Access drop-off point 

College Way  

Photo route 

Available to download in ‘Where to Find it’ section below.


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

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


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Speech Free.

Audio Description.

Easy Read.

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



SPARK is the fourth project in the series DreamScapes with Media.Monks in which a dream is turned into reality to create a better world.

Movie by Media.Monks

Directed by Jan Kooyman and Jos van Meerveld

Photography by Roberto Conte, Jontxu Fernandez, and Daan Roosegaarde

Supported by

Spark is supported by Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, Arts Council England, London City Airport and Visit Greenwich. With thanks to Alfred Bagnall & Sons.

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