GDIF 2022 | London’s free, annual outdoor performing arts festival 26 August-11 September 2022

Presented By SAY

The Album: Live

10 - 11 September | 1.05pm & 5.30pm | Jubilee Plaza, Canary Wharf

Duration: 15min

What to Expect: Dance | Family friendly

Free

In an explosive mix of fast-paced, slick dance routines and incredible music tracks, SAY celebrate the joy and innocence of making up dances to your favourite music.   

Featuring the impressive talents of UK champion MC Zani, The Album brings together live beatboxing, break-through music artists and contemporary dance. 

Set to an incredible soundtrack from Juliana Yazbeck; spoken-word artist Holly Williams; South Africa’s hottest duo Tina Redmxn & L Tune ‘Chillin’ and more. 

Guaranteed to leave you feeling hyped-up and inspired. 

More information on the album: live

How to attend

the album: live is free to attend.

Site Access 

There is level access to all Dancing City performance locations.   

Modern site with level access across. Some sites are accessed via public lifts. 

Viewing area 

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

On-site walking distances  

This is a large festival site. Some sites are a 40 minute walk between. Most are within 10 minutes. Check the map and brochure on the day to plan your route across site. 

Respite and Access Areas 

Access Area at Canary Riverside. Meet here for access information. 

Accessible Toilets 

They are located as follows:   

  • Cabot Place, Mall Level -1, near City of London Drycleaners & Leon  
  • Canada Place, Mall Level -1, at the end of the corridor opposite Robert Dyas  
  • Churchill Place, Mall Level -1, behind James Shoe Care  
  • Jubilee Place, Mall Level -1, adjacent to Seoul Bird  
  • Crossrail Place, Mall Level -3 via lift adjacent to the Notes Coffee Roasters & Bar  

All of these locations also have accessible facilities. In addition, the accessible toilets in Canada Place and Churchill Place both have hoist facilities.   

Blue badge parking  

Cabot Square Car Park   

Canada Square Car Park   

Jubilee Place Car Park   

Westferry Circus Car Park  

Access drop-off point 

Canary Riverside  

Photo route 

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

Contact  

For Access questions, contact access@festival.org // 07899 893 935   

Other audience questions, contact our Box Office: boxoffice@festival.org 

 

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Access

BSL Interpretation on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September at 5.30pm.

Audio Description and Touch Tour on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September at 5.05pm.

Easy Read.

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

GDIF 2022 Trailer

Credits

So You Think You Can Dance, Brummoves (BBC West Midlands), Cold Play Music Video (Charlie Brown), DJ Fresh Music Video (Feeling) and Music album commercial (Shuffle by Sound of Ministry) 

Yukiko’s choreography credit includes A Little Night Music (Story House), Urine Town (London College of Music), Guy new musical (Bunker Theatre) and SoundMoovz product launch (OXO Tower). 

​Rehearsal directing credit: Jose Agudo’s A Thousand Shepherds (Cape Dance Company) and Impact Dance Company Live Vibe Hiphop Theatre (Caracas British Council).  

​She is a recipient of Choreography Award from DanceXchange in 2017. She is selected for Choreodrome artist residency at The Place summer 2018.

Supported by

Created by Sarah Golding and Yukiko Masui.Performed by Sarah GoldingYukiko Masui and MC Zani.

Co-produced by The Place. Co-commissioned by The Place and DanceEast. Supported using public funding from Arts Council England.

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