Presented By Talawa Theatre Company

The Tide

Part of On Your Doorstep: Deptford and Greenwich Fair

28 & 29 August

Duration: 30 minutes

What to expect: Make some noise

Free

The Tide is an artistic collaboration between choreographer Jade Hackett and writer Ryan Calais Cameron which explores the narratives and experiences of migration within The United Kingdom, holding a mirror to an evolving British culture. The Tide is Talawa’s first production created exclusively for outdoor performance.

 

Times and Locations

28th August at 1:00pm

Twinkle Park
Twinkle Park, Wharf Street, London, UK

28th August at 4:00pm

Twinkle Park
Twinkle Park, Wharf Street, London, UK

29th August at 1:00pm

Cutty Sark Gardens
Cutty Sark Gardens, London SE10 9HT, UK

29th August at 7:10pm

Cutty Sark Gardens
Cutty Sark Gardens, London SE10 9HT, UK
  • BSL Interpreted

Access

Site Access

Coming soon.

Show Access

Access content will be available online via your mobile phone. Please bring a charging pack if you are concerned about battery use.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome
  • BSL Interpreted (Greenwich Fair)

Content & Trigger Warnings: Live percussion and loud sounds

Brochure

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 are coming soon.

BSL interpreted description and Audio Description about the show coming soon.

Where to find it

The Tide will be performed at:

On Your Doorstep: Deptford – Twinkle Park, Deptford, SE8 3FY | 28 August, 1pm & 4pm

Greenwich Fair – Cutty Sark Gardens, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, SE10 9NN | 29 August, 1pm & 7.10pm

Twinkle Park, Deptford

28 August

Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich

29 August

Watch the trailer

About the company

Talawa Theatre Company was founded in 1986 by Yvonne Brewster, Carmen Munroe, Mona Hammond and Inigo Espejel, in response to the lack of creative opportunities for Black actors and the marginalisation of Black peoples from cultural processes.

Today, Talawa Theatre Company is the primary Black theatre company in the UK, with more than 50 award-winning touring productions from African classics to Oscar Wilde behind it.

The name, Talawa, comes from a Jamaican patois term and means gutsy and strong.

Supported by

The Tide is supported by Royal Greenwich Festivals, Arts Council England, FESTIVAL.ORG, Breakin’ Convention and Without Walls.

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