GDIF 2023 | London’s free, annual outdoor performing arts festival 25 August-10 September 2023

Presented By Trigger | London Premiere


26 August | 14:35 & 16:45| Cutty Sark Gardens

Duration: 45 mins

What to Expect: Dance | Family friendly | Great for Kids | Kick back and relax | Participate


Sip your freshly brewed infusion and take a journey through the history of tea making in this audio and live dance performance, in which stories of love, loss and ritual unfold around you.

Presented from a hand painted Tuk Tuk, this immersive show is framed by Greenwich’s world-famous tea clipper, the Cutty Sark. 

More information on TEABREAK

Site Access

All shows at Greenwich Fair are free to attend. Just show up.
Assistance Dogs Welcome

Level Access

There is level access to each performance location.
There is a mix of hard-standing and grass areas. Trackway will be used to create accessible routes.
There will be short ramps onto any raised areas.

Access Viewing areas 

A priority area for disabled audiences will be marked with a sign or flag. Space for wheelchair users and various seating options will be available at each performance site.

Distances between sites

The festival site includes Greenwich Park, Old Royal Naval College and Cutty Sark Gardens.
Most performance sites are 5-15 minutes away from each other. Each site has multiple performances throughout the day.

The show ‘The Air Between Us’ is at the top of Greenwich Park next to the General Wolfe Statue and near The Royal Observatory. An accessible buggy with 1 wheelchair space and up to 4 companions will be available (on a first-come-first-served basis, provided by the Royal Parks team) between St Mary’s Gate and the Pavilion Café in Greenwich Park in both directions. More details will be available at the GDIF accessible social point near St Mary’s Gate.

Check the map and brochure to plan your route or ask a volunteer who can direct you to an information point.

Quiet Space and Access Areas

A covered Quiet Space and Access Area will be provided onsite at the Old Royal Naval College. The Access Area will have volunteers and staff available for access information throughout the day. This will be located on King Charles Lawns.

Greenwich Park will have an accessible relaxed social area near St Mary’s Gate.

Many nearby peaceful areas have bench seating across Royal Greenwich Park and the Old Royal Naval College.

Assisted Access Routes

GDIF volunteers will guide audiences on the following access routes:

1) BSL/Captioned/Speech Free performances
2)Audio Described performances
3)Performances with Easy Read available

Details of routes and meeting points coming soon.

Accessible Toilets

Revolootion (formerly Mobiloo) changing places facilities with a hoist and changing bench will be available at Greenwich Fair.

Please bring a sling to use the hoist.

Greenwich Park has accessible toilets behind the Royal Observatory.

Blue badge parking

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

Greenwich Park, car parking via Blackheath Gate only ( Greenwich Park Car Park South, London SE10 8QY)

Drop-off points

College Way, SE10 9LS
Greenwich Park top- Observatory, Blackheath Ave, London SE10 8XJ
Greenwich Park bottom- St Mary’s Gate, London SE10 9JL


For Access questions, contact [email protected] // 07899 893 935
For other audience questions, contact our Box Office: [email protected]

Show Access

BSL Interpreted performance 2.35pm

Captions via YouTube video via QR code onsite. Please bring your phone and charging pack if you may need to charge

Digital Audio Description Introduction can be downloaded below or via a QR code on-site.

Volunteers will be available for support.

Audiences wear headsets to experience the sound, these will be provided.

Part of assisted route

Sensory Information: Chai tea and mint tea served as part of the performance.

Content Information: Mention of the death of a loved one and emotional tea related stories.



About Trigger


We dream-up, create and produce bold and brave live events. We interrupt daily life, reimagine and revive public spaces, and put audiences and togetherness at the heart of everything we do.

Our work is accessible, inclusive and boundary pushing. It’s always memorable, often large-scale and outdoors. We create epic, imaginative spaces, fly giant dragons and grow magical pop-up gardens.

Trigger’s vision is brought to life by diverse teams of cross-disciplinary artists, academics and creatives and aims to shine a spotlight on the creativity of local communities.

We use our platform to showcase new, emerging, inspiring talent. When we are handed the microphone, we use it to highlight issues that are important to us all, even if they are difficult to navigate.

Trigger is for everyone, and everyone is invited.

Supported by

TEABREAK at GDIF 2023 is supported by Without Walls, Royal Greenwich Festivals and Arts Council England and commissioned by Timber Festival.


Where to find it

Cutty Sark Gardens, SE10 9HT

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