4 July - 5 July 2019
Duration: 30 minutes
Type: Circus, Installation, Theatre
Come close and take a peek through the doors and windows of this pop up circus theatre house, designed with children and families very much in mind. Combining playful circus including slack rope, hand balance and partner acrobatics, the performance is followed by an opportunity for budding circus stars to open the front door and get stuck in to some DIY tricks in this unusual town centre playspace.
Times and Locations
Passey Place, London, UK
4th July at 11:00am
4th July at 1:00pm
4th July at 3:30pm
5th July at 11:00am
5th July at 1:00pm
5th July at 3:30pm
“Wonderful show! Would love to watch it again. Brilliant use of circus skills – really well integrated, made me smile! Loved every bit. Well done!”
Passey Place is step-free. Due to the nature of the work, there will not be an allocated viewing area. Please ask a GDIF volunteer for assistance in finding a suitable viewing location close to the structure if needed. There will be chairs available for those with limited mobility.
An accessible video about My House will be available to watch on the website. Coming soon.
Our photo route details the most accessible route between the nearest public transportation and performance locations.Download our photo route here.
Blue badge parking
On-street parking in the surrounding streets and off road at Passey Place car park (Sainsubry’s) is close by – charges may apply.
The closest accessible toilet can be found at Eltham Library, which is a four-minute walk from Passey Place.
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.
- Family friendly
- Kick back and relax
- Speech free
Where to find it
My House will be performed in Passey Place, Eltham, SE9 5DA.
Buses 124, 126, 132, 160, 162, 233, 286 and 321 all stop close by and Eltham train station is a short walk away (c. 12 minutes). There is on-road parking in the surrounding streets and off-road parking at Passey Place car park (Sainsbury’s) is close by – charges may apply. There is limited Blue Badge parking at M&S off Orangery Lane and a drop off point at Orangery Lane car park.
About the show
My House is supported by Without Walls, Just So Festival, Circomedia, 101 outdoor art creation space, The Pound Art Centre, Art Council England, the Royal Borough of Greenwich and Royal Greenwich Festivals.
Linn Brodén and Tom Richmond created Apocalyptic Circus in 2012. The aim was to create circus theatre shows using stories from their own lives and people around them.
My House is performed by Linn Brodén and Sunniva Byvard.
Royal Greenwich Festivals, an annual series of high-quality events celebrating the cultural vibrancy of Royal Greenwich, provides some of the best and most varied entertainment in the capital every summer. From street theatre to music to suit all tastes and invigorating dance performances, Royal Greenwich Festivals offer something for everyone. Contact: email@example.com.