About Greenwich and Docklands International Festival
This event is a leading festival of free outdoor performing arts such as street arts, dance and theatre.
Since this festival is really rapidly growing, year after year there are more and more performances.
In the last couple of years, the festival has hosted more than 100.000 people and over 150 performances by 30 plus performing artists.
Greenwich and Docklands International Festival is always fully committed to breaking limits in outdoor performance;
Always lifting the quality and diversity of outdoor work to develop that work by disabled and deaf artists.
The festival was founded by Bradley Hemmings in 1996 as an independent festival, out of the former Greenwich Fest into a cross-river festival.
GDIF is a member of Without Walls – a consortium of eight of the country’s leading outdoor art festivals.
GDIF also collaborates with the Royal Borough of Greenwich, promoting high-quality festivals and cultural events and celebrating the cultural richness of Greenwich.
All in all, Greenwich and Docklands International Festival in London is something you definitely should visit and dive into the spectacular atmosphere that GDIF every year is bringing outdoor.
It’s a massive program on several venues, so be sure to check it out at their website: https://festival.org/gdif/access-at-gdif/.