Presented By Tangled Feet

That Parking Show

Duration: c. 30 mins

Type: Theatre

Free

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Two cars vie for a parking space in this comic, timely and turbo-charged exploration of how conflict escalates.

That Parking Show 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. This is your chance to experience London’s newest and most vibrantly authentic cultural destination at its best.

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“Smart slapstick fun; amusing and unexpectedly touching.”

Donald Hutera (Critic for The Times/The Stage)

Access

There is step-free access at the performance location.

Viewing Area

This area will be marked with a flag or sign – please ask a GDIF Volunteer if you’re not sure where to go. There will be some limited seating provided in the viewing area.

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.

Accessible Toilets

There are accessible toilets at Beresford Square and Vincent Road public toilets in Woolwich.

Photo route
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.

  • Make some noise – no need to worry about a little extra noise
  • Kick back and relax

Where to find it

That Parking Show will be performed on Beresford Square, Woolwich, SE18 6BB.

 

About the show

Tangled Feet are a physical theatre ensemble dedicated to devising original, accessible and innovative work. Since 2003, our productions have pushed the boundaries of theatrical practice, exploring and exploiting the live encounter between audience and performer and telling stories of the tensions, challenges and politics of people’s lives.

That Parking Show is co-directed by Nathan Curry and Kat Joyce.

That Parking Show is commissioned by Imagine Luton & Imagine Watford, supported by Creative Barking and Dagenham and funded by Arts Council England.

Supported by

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.

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