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This week I went to see an interactive theatre version of Alice in Wonderland (called Alice’s Adventures Underground) at the Vaults underneath Waterloo station. 374 more words


Episode 15: The Dangers of Social Media, Extreme Theatre and Abdul Zainidi


0.00: Stephen’s Art Jollies: Art Websites

10.39: Maddie’s Magic Moments: Dangers of Social Media

19.25: Creative Curiosities: Immersive Theatre

22.14: Freaky Film Club: Abdul Zainidi

25.57: Story by Stephen Waring

Gretel and Hansel - research and development. The End. For now...

Howdy, folks!

Apologies for the radio silence, we’ve just spent April doing research and development on our production ‘Gretel and Hansel,’ an inclusive production for all children aged seven to eleven and their families. 338 more words

One By One, Tristan Bates Theatre

You are cordially invited to test a brand-new data security programme.  It promises absolute cyber freedom and the right to assert and control your online identity – but once the test begins, it becomes rapidly apparent that the system has already been corrupted.   550 more words


Alice's Adventures Underground

“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change” – Alice 

Last week, I was pretty blown away by the production of… 179 more words


Alice's Adventures Undergound, Waterloo Vaults

In the Vaults deep underneath Waterloo Station discover Wonderland in all its nonsensical glory. Journey down the rabbit hole to gorge on cakes that will have you bumping your head on the ceiling, smoke a pipe with the Caterpillar as he tells you his psychedelic tale and take tea with the maddest of Hatters; all whilst trying to avoid losing your head at the hands of the fearsome Red Queen. 655 more words


Against Captain's Orders, National Maritime Museum

Get ready to experience history like never before as you and your family join the crew of HMS Adventure. Meet our fearless curators, don a lifejacket, and step into the heart of the action. 452 more words