Part of Greenwich Fair
22 - 23 June
Duration: 20 minutes
Type: Circus, Street Games
Strap in and get ready to ride the PolderCoaster! The first – and only – low-tech rollercoaster in the world is unlike anything in your average theme park. Featuring unexpected turns, tunnels, entertainment in the highest gear, and an interactive test ride ride that involves the whole crowd.
PolderCoaster 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 PolderCoaster. There are sections of lawn at the Old Royal Naval College that have a slight curb. Ramps will be in place and, in the event of wet-weather, we will install Trakway wherever possible.
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.
Where to find it
PolderCoaster will be performed on the King Charles Lawns at the Old Royal Naval College,
About the show
Babok is a venture of Guido Bevers and Carina de Wit from Amsterdam, Holland. The two of them met while working in the visual theatre company Warner & Consorten, where they were both artistic core-members. With this company they performed at the most leading festivals and collaborated with different groups and artists all around the world.
Carina de Wit
Greenwich Fair is supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, Arts Council England and Without Walls.