Part of GDIF Opening Night and Greenwich Fair
Duration: 40 minutes
Type: Spectacle, Street Games
A trio of unusual optical creatures have landed and as they look down from above, they are curious to find out more about Woolwich and Greenwich. An intriguing interactive walkabout show which encourages you to reflect on seeing the world from a different perspective.
i-Puppets will be performed as part of GDIF’s spectacular Opening Night, transforming the streets and public spaces of Woolwich with art, food, dance, street theatre and a dazzling finale, and will also be performed as part of Greenwich Fair, GDIF’s two-day “festival within a festival” from 21-23 June, bringing together UK and international street arts companies to Greenwich Town Centre in a fun-filled, family-friendly extravaganza.
For both the Opening Night and Greenwich Fair, i-Puppets will be a roaming performance. In Woolwich the performance can be seen all over Powis Street and Greens End, and in Greenwich it will be all over Greenwich Fair.
i-Puppets in Woolwich
Blue badge parking
In Woolwich town centre, blue badge parking is available at Powis Street car park, Tesco car park (free for three hours) and there are several on street blue badge parking spots in the town centre. A drop off and pick up point will also be available on Wellington Street.
There are accessible toilets at Beresford Square and Vincent Road public toilets in Woolwich.
Our photo route details the most accessible route between the nearest public transportation and performance locations. Download our photo route.
Download our photo route for Greenwich Fair.
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.
- Speech free
- Family friendly
Where to find it in Woolwich
i-Puppets is a roaming show which can be seen all over Powis Street and Greens End.
Where to find it in Greenwich
i-Puppets is a roaming show that will be performed in the Old Royal Naval College and Cutty Sark Gardens.
About the show
Close-Act Theatre was founded in 1991 and originates from a collaboration between designers, actors, dancers, choreographers and musicians. The artistic directors of Close-Act are Hesther Melief and Tonny Aaerts.
GDIF’s Opening Night is supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, Arts Council England, Woolwich Cultural Destinations, Berkeley and Without Walls.
Greenwich Fair is supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, Arts Council England and Without Walls.