London’s biggest free outdoor performing arts festival is happening across the Greenwich and Docklands area with a programme of theatre, circus, dance and street arts. This annual event is committed to diversity, celebrating the vibrant cultural mix of the city and pushing the boundaries of street art and performance.
This year the attractions include De Relaxerette, a fairground ride (think a mini big wheel) with hammocks and poetry; Island of Foam, lava-like flows of multi-coloured foam and Spark, thousands of colourful, firefly-like biodegradable light sparks filling the sky.
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