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

Presented By Graeae and GDIF

This Woven O

2 - 4 September | 1pm, 3.30pm & 6.30pm | Dial Arch Square, Woolwich

What to Expect: Great for Kids | Participate | Sensory spectacle

Tickets: Free

Part sculptural installation, part theatre arena, enter a magical circular sanctuary, woven entirely from willow.

Disabled artist Oliver Macdonald’s exquisite artwork becomes the setting for Tales from The Woven O, a specially commissioned programme of accessible theatre and storytelling from Graeae, the UK’s leading disabled-led theatre company.

Discover the transformative power of nature in a unique feast for the senses that will immerse you in reflections of the past, present and future.

Through spoken word, movement, and tactile interactions, alongside a beautiful soundscape, you’ll have the opportunity to move in a moon dance, touch butterfly wings and listen to wild secrets from the earth. All performances will be accessible with BSL and audio description.

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More information on This Woven O

How to attend

This Woven O is free to attend.

Site access information will be published 18 August.

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BSL Interpretation.


Audio Description.

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

BSL Flyer

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Installation created by: Oliver Macdonald 

Directed and written by: Britny Virginia Albert, Sonny Nwachukwu, Kate Lovell 

Photography by: Richard Matthews 

Produced by: Graeae and GDIF 

Supported by

This Woven O is supported by Arts Council England, Berkeley, Graeae and GDIF .

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