Part of Greenwich Fair
22 - 23 June
Duration: 35 minutes
Type: Circus, Dance
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Exploring what happens when one body is carried by another, three women move and lift each other in search of a perfect balance. Mixing dance, theatre and circus, Lifted dissects and celebrates the art of collaboration, teaming up with three outstanding guest choreographers, Yi-Chun Liu, Arthur Barnard Bazin and Gary Clarke.
Lifted will 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.
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 and will have limited seating – please ask a GDIF Volunteer if you’re not sure where to go.
Our photo route details the most accessible route between the nearest public transportation and performance locations. Download our photo route.
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
- Kick back and relax
Where to find it
Lifted will be performed in Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich, London, SE10 9HT.
About the show
Artistic Director: Lina Johansson
Guest choreographers: Yi-Chun Liu, Gary Clarke and HurYCan
Performers: Silvia Fratelli, Rosy Roberts, Freya Stokke
Composer: Ted Barnes
Costume design: Bettina John
Lifted is supported by Without Walls, and commissioned by Stockton International Riverside Festival.
Mimbre create nuanced, breathtaking and highly-skilled acrobatic theatre. The company uses circus and dance innovatively as a physical language to illuminate human connections and promote a positive image of women.
Greenwich Fair is supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, Arts Council England and Without Walls.