Ideal Palace

Ideal Palace arrives in Greenwich this summer! 🏰 Starting out with various locations across Greenwich

Part audio-theatre journey, part immersive art experience, part interactive trail; Ideal Palace will inspire innovation, quench wanderlust, invite playfulness and allow you to be transported around the world using your imagination. Inspired by the story of Ferdinand Cheval, a postman who was so dazzled by the beauty of the world he saw on the postcards he delivered, he spent 33 years building a magnificent palace out of these images he saw, using found objects and rocks. Join us and you too can create your own ideal palace, as well doing lots of other fun activities for all the family!

Stay tuned on our social media channels for updates on this event and get in touch to book it to come to your local park or high street [email protected]

  • Produced by Emergency Exit Arts
  • Written and directed by Camille Dawson
  • Supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich through The Royal Greenwich Festivals
  • Featuring music and sound created and performed by Trinity Laban's Animate Artists

ROYAL GREENWICH FESTIVALS Royal Greenwich Festivals is an annual series of events celebrating the cultural vibrancy of Royal Greenwich and providing some of the best and most varied entertainment in the capital every summer. Including free theatre, music, dance, family performances and live displays the festivals programme is funded by the Royal Borough of Greenwich. For more information go to www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/festivals

These events will be BSL facilitated by experienced deaf guide Martin Glover from Digitspace. At Ebbsfleet, Castle Hill Garden City Park from 2-5pm, Plumstead Gardens from 11:30am-2:30pm and at Charlton Park from 2-5pm.

There is no parking around the site and that people should walk, cycle or take public transport.


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This event is part of Royal Greenwich Festivals 2021
www.visitgreenwich.org.uk

Event details

Start

Fri 30 July 2021 • 11:00am

Finishes

28 Aug 2021 • 5:00pm

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