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Project 35 | Day 162

I do love a bit of immersive theatre so when Thamy suggested we go to Wonderland (aka The Vaults in London) to see Alice and friends I was very excited. 137 more words

Blogging

JD_Peeps_London reblogged this on Peeps London and commented:

I'd heard Alice in Wonderland Theatre was coming, and here it is!

Orlando's Brave New Republic

Minutes earlier, I had been ballroom dancing. But now I was lying down on a grimy floor, evading surveillance and trying to figure out what the hell I was doing. 1,726 more words

Immersive Experiences

The Generation of Z: Apocalypse

It is 2015. London has fallen. The deadly Z virus is transforming the global population into a rabid horde of the infected. With societal structure collapsing, humanity is faced with a desperate battle for survival. 482 more words

London

Ten Collaborative Commandments

Over the course of the last twenty years collaborative, devised theatre has gone mainstream and is now an accepted part of our cultural landscape.  It has its roots in the 1960’s with figures such as Jerzy Grotowski, Peter Brook and Joan Littlewood often recognised as contributing to its emergence as a legitimate way of making theatre. 1,285 more words

Theatre

Theatre during Opening Weekend 2015!

Absence

An immersive theatre piece by Royal Court Young Writer Tim Cook about modern day relationships, set in the Towner Cafe. Absence is a darkly comic new play, which explores our attitudes towards relationships and mental health in the 21st century. 53 more words

Arts

Automation, crossed wires.

AUTOMATION (click for pdf)

A script for a staged monologue about obsolescence that myself and Zoe Williams collaborated on last year. Where work is increasingly without any meaning this text attempts to find a connection in the telegraph lines that intersect between places, joining up across times and across identities- a common experience. 61 more words

Immersive Theatre

Enter Astronautus Afrikanus

Words and photographs by Dave Mann

Theatre is a space for creative works, dreams, and visions to come to life. The stage is transformed into an entirely different world, illustrated through performance, music, lighting, and shrewd set design. 1,229 more words

Dave Mann