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Review: DRINKS *** (Basic Space)

Immersive theatre is continuing to grow in popularity over the last few years: audiences are invited into an expansive world, with a whole host of characters and experiences to be explored. 409 more words

'The Neath' at the Vaults Festival 2017

My first ever immersive theatre experience took me to The Vaults Festival 2017. And to be more specific, it got me to sell my soul and tell all my sins. 218 more words

London

Mr Naismith's Secret

Role: Set Designer

Presented by TBC Theatre in conjunction with Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust

A new work written by: H. Clare Callow

Devised by: TBC Theatre… 191 more words

Set Design

24/02/2017 - Delectably Dead

It has been a long time since I last saw or heard anything from the depths of Southend as Hide and Shriek went silent shortly after their Halloween plans, which had me a little worried as there’s very little in the way of haunts down in Essex and they’re one of my favourite event organisers, so when Delectably Dead came onto my radar, I was all over that like a zombie on brains! 1,506 more words

Horror

ODDITIES - Speakeasy Society: The Key - California

SPEAKEASY SOCIETY: THE KEY

YouTube Review

We’re off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz…or are we?

It’s a choice. Make a choice. Should you or shouldn’t you see him? 613 more words

Los Angeles

"Tomorrow’s Child" Sounds Like a Good Idea

*warning: this review contains spoilers*

With Tomorrow’s Child, Calgary’s Ghost River Theatre hits on an excellent concept with similarly excellent technical expertise, although some flaws in the dramaturgy prevent this immersive sensory experience from achieving its true potential. 1,029 more words

Ottawa