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Review: Played to Death - @adoorinawall

#Tweetingit – 4**** – Musical Murder, teamwork, hidden clues and running around public parks in doggy ears. All good clean London fun!

Its 7:30pm in London, I’m wearing dress shoes that pinch and my waistcoat is a tad to small…. 472 more words


Switchboard by Produced Moon at Malrborough Theatre

Our second day at the Brighton Fringe began with another technology-based piece called ‘Switchboard’ by Produced Moon. Having already taken part in two other shows which specifically stated the need for a fully charged phone, we were keen to see how this piece would utilise our mobiles. 303 more words


Operation Black Antler by Hydrocracker and Blast Theory at Brighton Festival

What is it like to try an infiltrate a far-right group in the name of public security?  Police forces up and down the country have been doing it for years. 716 more words


Masquerade by yello brick at the Brighton Festival

Our first show at the 2016 Brighton Festival and it was a fully immersive one. Meeting on George Street in Hove we were led into the steam powered world of Ebenezer Gibson. 135 more words


Such stuff as dreams are made on

  • I read Sonnet 40 to a group of strangers in exchange for a shot of something alcoholic from a handsome bartender in doublet and hose.
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Theatre Reviews

Dementia and immersive theatre, connecting through the senses

I recently got to combine my interest in immersive theatres and dementia research at a series of events organised by Spare Tyre theatre company, for their new performance… 1,120 more words


Our Brighton Tips

So, the Ginger Wig & Strolling Man are heading to Brighton, to experience their first taste of this festival by the sea. As England’s biggest theatre and performing arts festival and fringe festival, it is certainly not something we could miss. 699 more words