Belly of the Whale
Part of Greenwich Fair
23 - 24 June 2018
Duration: 40 minutes
Circus meets sculpture in this new show by award-winning Ockham’s Razor. Like surfers on a wild sea, the performers ride a giant see-saw which creaks and groans as it transforms from a catapult to a gently rocking cradle, a tunnel, a slide – creating an ever-changing land and soundscape.
Winners of the Total Theatre & Jacksons Lane Award for Circus at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016.
Part of Greenwich Fair, 23-24 June. GDIF’s annual family-friendly weekend which is chock-full of incredible theatre, dance, street arts and circus from the UK and Europe.
Times and Locations
Cutty Sark Gardens, London SE10 9HT, UK
23rd June at 4:00pm
24th June at 1:00pm
24th June at 5:00pm
There is step-free access to the performance location in Cutty Sark Gardens. The most direct route is from the north side of Cutty Sark Gardens, near the Foot Tunnel. Or else you can access the performance level at the entrance to Cutty Sark Gardens from Greenwich Church Street (near M&S and the Gipsy Moth Pub).
This area will be marked with a flag or sign – please ask a GDIF Volunteer if you’re not sure where to go. There will be some limited seating provided, too.
What To Expect
Our What to Expect guide might help you pick which shows to see, especially if members of your group have access needs.
KBR – Sit back & relax – no effort or participation required
SF – Speech free
FF – Family friendly
Where to find it
Belly of the Whale is performed in Cutty Sark Gardens, close to the entrance near the Gipsy Moth pub and M&S.
Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich, SE10 9HT
Tina Koch director
Turtle Key Arts producers
Amanda Homa, Nathan Johnston and Stefano di Renzo performers
Tina Bicat costume design
Tina Koch and Stefano di Renzo equipment design
Belly of the Whale is commissioned by Without Walls, Stockton International Riverside Festival, Greenwich+Docklands International Festival, Out There International Festival of Circus & Street Arts, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Salisbury International Arts Festival, Circulate and Stratford Circus Arts Centre.
Ockham’s Razor are supported by Arts Council England.