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Fools Ball 5

Our next event will be the 5th in the series of Fools Ball events. Following the success of the both the Fools ball in May and The Festival of Fools in August we’re really excited to be taking the event to Malvern Cube on Saturday the 25th October. 56 more words

We are the audience; we are the performers


On a dank autumnalĀ evening in 2013 I found myself in an old Royal Mail sorting office next to Paddington Station in London. 1,255 more words


The Boy Who Climbed Out of his Face - not immersive theatre, wrong audience

The Boy Who Climbed Out of his Face

I remember the first time I went to a Shunt production. In 2009 a friend asked me to a club night and I queued up with several friends outside a nondescript-looking door in London Bridge station. 816 more words


Too Much Of A Good Thing?

If you readĀ Theatre Room regularly, you will know that I have written on a number of occasions about the ever-growing popularity of Immersive theatre, especially in Europe. 640 more words


The Man Who Climbed Out of His Clothes Surrounded by Naked Baby Dolls - Shunt

There’s an intriguing show on near the O2. Immersive theatre masters Shunt have built a palace of shipping containers for their latest theatre offering, The Boy Who Climbed Out of His Face… 538 more words


Does good theatre need a story?

I went to see a production recently, which will remain nameless, that I was sorely disappointed by. Certainly a lot of effort had gone into the production and set and all the actors seemed competent enough, but my flat mate and I left feeling it was sort of contentless. 570 more words


A necessary evil

There is no getting away from it. We’ve already strayed into the realm of the pretentious by even using the word “Immersive”. But how else to describe this (still relatively) new genre of show that is often site-specific, often interactive and involves theatre, dance or visual art. 145 more words

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