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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

Sensory

28 Days Later by Secret Cinema

Secret Cinema. Does it fall into the performing arts category? Should we be reviewing it? Of course we bloody should be. A Cinema theatre hybrid – it’s the greatest development in movies since the talkies! 673 more words

Reviews

16/04/2016 - Hide and Shriek: Dead Centre

In a short space of time, Hide and Shriek has grown into one of the bigger boo haunts outside London and theme parks. Created in 2015, the company has gone from strength to strength in bringing an immersive horror experiences that is easily available to the masses. 1,358 more words

Immersive Theatre

Goosebumps ALIVE!

Here’s a spooOOooky 5 minute radio package I created for ArtsWatch on Wandsworth Radio. The aim was to entertain, inform and give the audience a sense of what to expect from the Goosebumps ALIVE experience: 56 more words

Radio

Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On – ‘The Tempest’, Docklands

Living and working in London, I try and seize day, take the bull by the horns and accept invitations to whatever comes my way. After all, it’s the best city in the world and with so many varied things going on, I endeavor to make the most out of it. 308 more words

London

4th April 2016 - Virtually Dead

So, I had my eye on this event from the moment it appeared in my facebook feed and I was instantly interested in it, especially the VR; however, I wasn’t sure whether or not it was a bit gimmicky and if it’d work: you see, my expectations from the experience was that it’d be a “boo” haunt that you’d walk through whilst wearing the VR headset with jumpscares from live actors. 1,405 more words

Horror