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Review: Paperfinch Theatre Present The Nutcracker

“Come and see the Nutcracker, so brave and strong and noble.”

Following successful adaptations of The Steadfast Tin Soldier, Beauty and the Beastand Hansel and Gretel, Paperfinch Theatre return to their Sheffield home this Christmas season, with an immersive musical show to delight adults and children alike.  591 more words


Day 1 Week 4 Greenwich

Its great to be working at Greenwich Dance this week, especially as this will be one of our venues on our tour. It is incredible building steeped with history and it will be beautiful to see it transformed into an immersive environment like The Deluge. 57 more words

Contemporary Dance

Week 8 - November 17 - Theatre of Testimonies

Guest Lecturer – Session led by Anca Doczi, founder and artistic director of Immersive Theatre

Required readings

  • van Alphen, E. (1999) ‘Symptoms of Discursivity: Experience, Memory and Trauma – Helpful Memories’ (ed) by Bal, M., Crewe.
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In Depth: Pushing Boundaries

Since Cardiff’s first theatre opened its doors in 1825, Welsh drama continues to remain at the forefront of theatrical progression. From eerie forests to remote beaches, the nation of Wales has become a global stage. 998 more words

A rather interesting evening and the return of You Me Bum Bum Train

Organiser of events Dominic Le Moignan (Prohibition Swing, the Capulet Ball) is putting on a New Orleans, 50s-themed evening of “food, booze and blues” at the Pickle Factory in the Oval Space in Hackney, teaming up with Look Left Look Right to add some interactive theatre elements. 165 more words


Pullman Part Two - The Grimm Tales of Southwark

This week’s immersive theatre adventure took us to the foot of the Oxo Tower to see the second round of performances from Phillip Pullman’s Grimm Tales… 693 more words


Immersive Theatre - on a train

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