Presented By Humanhood


Part of Dancing City

Sat 5 September, 1.45-2.05pm | 4-4.20pm

Duration: 20 minutes

Type: Dance, Music


This exploration of astronomy through dance considers the relationship between the visible, bright side of the Moon and humankind. Echoing the rising and falling of the tides, two liquid bodies change and morph under the influence of the Earth’s orbiting sphere: the Moon. 

Sphera is performed as part of Dancing City, GDIF’s annual outdoor dance programme which has been reinvented to allow audiences to experience more intimate performances whilst observing social distancing. 

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Site Access

There is level access to the performance locations.

Viewing area

Priority areas for disabled audiences will be marked with a sign or flag. Space for wheelchair users and a variety of seating options will be available. GDIF volunteers will offer directions from the nearest stations.

Blue badge parking and Accessible Toilets

Visit the Canary Wharf website for details of Blue Badge parking spaces and accessible toilets.

Photo route

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Access Route

Dancing City’s Access Route will have details coming soon.

Contact Alex if you have any Access questions: | 07899 893 935

Show Access


Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day.

An Audio brochure and BSL interpreted brochure will be available online.

Accessibility: Assisted Route | Wheelchair Accessible

What to Expect: Speech Free | Family Friendly

Additional info: This dance piece has an engaging, hypnotic energy. The performers wear white costumes,and the flooring is white astro. This may cause difficulties for partially sighted audiences.

Where to find it

Sphera will be performed at Bank Street Park in Canary Wharf, London, E14 5NY.

“Humanhood’s work is different from anything you have seen until now” Espectacluosbcn

About the company

Humanhood was founded in 2016 by artists Rudi Cole and Júlia Robert Parés. Their research is based on the fusion of modern physics and Eastern mysticism into the physicality of the body and the artistic expression as a whole.

Iain Armstrong: composer and sound designer.

Prof. William Chaplin: Astrophysicist collaborator.

Supported by

Dancing City is supported by Canary Wharf Arts+Events and Without Walls.

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