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Should immersive theatre audiences accept greater responsibility?

Lyn Gardner writes about her experience when she saw Bordergame…

There was a moment during National Theatre Wales’s… 163 more words

Theatre

Please Just Give Us a Hint(Hunt) - Immersive Review

It’s hard being a competitive person in London. Opportunities to compete as a team against others are limited at best, and it’s tough to find a good group event that allows for the talents of many to play a role in an overall victory. 585 more words

Review

The Drowned Man and the Artist's Response

Recently, Immersive theatre Maestros Punchdrunk put on a hell of a show in London. They took over an abandoned firehouse in Paddington to build a complex, vast and detailed set to bring… 246 more words

Art

The Neverland of Immersive Theatre Games

Alternate reality games are becoming highly sophisticated adventure experiences, especially in Europe.   Play Vienna, for example, is a collective of artsy live-gamers who create and stage street games in the Austrian capital.   427 more words

Commentary

The First Show

A dark maze leads us to a small room where we’re handed our masks and Leland Madison Stanford welcomes us and explains the rules. With a loud clatter the lift door opens and a lady in evening dress greets us in an American accent. 1,644 more words

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An Immersive World War Woyzeck

Woyzeck at the Redbridge Drama Centre

Directed by Kelly Taylor-Smith and Katharine Hurst

4 stars

This week we headed out to the wilds of South Woodford for Scene Productions’ interpretation of Georg Büchner’s… 645 more words

Review

Surprise Surprise

“I’ve booked us a surprise for the Sunday evening. You’ll love it. It’s the most fun thing ever, it’s like nothing you’ll have ever done before” the email from my friend said. 301 more words

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