A free outdoor performing arts festival across the Greenwich and Docklands area with a programme of theatre, dance and street arts. The annual event is committed to diversity and has commissioned work by artists with disabilities and from diverse backgrounds.
Some events will be ticketed, and are not free, so check the programme for full details, but if Korean dance troupes, secret dance performances, feats of strength and massive colour wheels pique your curiosity then head down to south-east London.
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10:50am – 2:00pm