GDIF 2022 | London’s free, annual outdoor performing arts festival 26 August-11 September 2022
10 – 11 December | 5 – 9pm
Globoscope is an immersive installation made from hundreds of luminous spheres. Using digital technologies, Collectif Coin invites you to discover familiar places in a new light. Mapping the particular characteristics of the venue, each sphere becomes a pixel in a field of light that changes and evolves according to the music and the light passing through it. Globoscope combines mathematics, sound and light to represent, transform and amplify space, inviting audiences to explore a unique immersive experience.
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Produced by FESTIVAL.ORG, presented by Royal Borough of Greenwich.
This event is part of our Global Streets programme.
There is level access across the performance location and from the nearest stations.
This site is:
- Wheelchair accessible
- Assistance Dog Friendly
- Relaxed Environment
Seating and Viewing Areas
Chairs will be available on the access platform. The site will be socially distanced and managed capacity.
On-site walking distances
Respite and Access Areas
This is a quiet and relaxed show. You can leave and return at any time.
Available at Beresford Square and inside Tesco (Grand Depot Rd, London SE18 6HQ).
Blue badge parking
Woolwich Town Centre: available at Woolwich Arsenal Station Car Park, or on-street parking on Calderwood Street, Monk Street, Powis Street.
Access drop-off point
General Gordon Square (SE18 6FH).
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If you have any accessibility questions, please email: email@example.com | 07899 893 935
We are committed to providing an inclusive environment, for this event we are providing:
Accessible Resources downloadable at the following links:
- Audio Described (Digital Introduction)
- Easy Read Description
- Induction Loop at Box Office
Access content will be also available online via your mobile phone through on-site QR codes. Please bring a charging pack if you are concerned about battery use.
Find out more about our ‘What to Expect’ icons at: festival.org/access
- Great For Kids
- Sensory Spectacle
- Speech Free
- Relaxed Environment
This performance will include soft flashing lights and music.
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Where to find it
General Gordon Square, Woolwich, SE18 6FH.
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About the artist
An art lab based in Grenoble, France – Collectif Coin focuses on the production of both monumental shows and intimist installations. Committed to the production of transdisciplinary work with a particular focus on the digital arts, Collectif Coin works around the notions of body, sound and light.
Health and Safety
FESTIVAL.ORG have undertaken comprehensive risk assessments and review our policies regularly in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Staff are testing regularly and adhering to Government guidance.
During these challenging times, we must all remember to be kind, adaptable and patient. The last 18 months have caused anxiety, stress, and grief for many. So whilst we’re thrilled to be able to bring winter events this year, please respect fellow audience members’ space, the guidelines we’re issuing, and look out for one another.
You can help make sure everyone has a great experience at this event by:
- Not attending one of our events if you have experienced Covid-19 symptoms within the last 14 days or are supposed to be self-isolating.
- Wearing a face covering in crowded areas, unless you are exempt.
- Respecting others’ personal space and comfort zones, including our accessible areas.
- Using the hand sanitisers provided.
- Being mindful of sightlines at busy shows and allowing children to the front.
- Following any further instructions from our staff and security team.
We hope you enjoy the installation. Please let a member of the team know if you require any assistance or have any questions.
For more information on Government guidance regarding Coronavirus, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-coronavirus-restrictions-what-you-can-and-cannot-do