CHARGED: Summer 2018

Date: 28 July, 3pm
Venue: St George’s Garrison Church, Woolwich SE18 6XJ
Ages: Open to all ages
Accessibility: British Sign Language interpreted. Wheelchair / step-free access
Tickets: £5, available online at

A special outdoor edition of our end-of-season event, showcasing performance work created as part of Progression during the Summer season, headlined by Moxie Brawl. This triple-bill of outdoor performances includes: a new dance / physical-theatre piece performed by Progression young artists, in collaboration with established choreographer Wayne Parsons; a new outdoor show by Reach; and a work-in-progress by current artists in residence, Spring Theatre.


Progression Company & Wayne Parsons
Young performers from Progression, working with choreographer Wayne Parsons, present a new piece of dance-theatre based on themes of celebrity culture and posthumous fame.

Reach Theatre
GLYPT’s resident company of young artists with disabilities, Reach, present a new outdoor performance. Reach have previously shown work at the first CHARGED event, as well as A Bit Of A Do festival in Croydon. You can expect an absurd and hilarious performance – probably featuring Reach’s trademark dancing skeleton!!

Sprung Theatre: Take Your Fate and Build, Always
Alex has a choice: mould the future or let it grow. History sings from the earth and a crossroad stands unchanged. A new performance piece by Progression company in residence, Sprung Theatre.

Moxie Brawl: Lady In The Blue Dress (work in progress)
A new dance theatre piece from Moxie Brawl looking inside the head of a 19th century artist’s muse. Playing with power, femininity and how to get away with being a down right vixen.



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