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Quick Fire Questions | Owen Kingston, writer/director of For King and Country.

After seeing Darkest Hour in the cinema earlier this year, I was super intrigued when an interactive, immersive theatre production that presents what life was like during Britain’s Darkest Hour appeared on my radar. 593 more words

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Art Heist @ Jetpack Theatre

We were down in Sydney recently checking out a gallery exhibition at The Wade Gallery. Asked to steal the famous painting The Fat Dragon, we waited until closing time to begin a dramatic Art Heist. 474 more words


Review: 5**** An Evening of Meat - The Vaults, London @iam_concepts @thevaultsuk

Having launched on 27th March, An Evening of Meat is a unique and provocative dining experience about femininity, vulnerability, strength, stability, sensuality, power, and unbridled wildness which fuses expressive dance and indulgent dining to create and evening like nothing else. 525 more words


Upcoming events: 40 Winks @MR40WINKS

40 Winks is a unique place. Described as the most beautiful hotel in the world, a place where you are treated not as a paying guest, but as a new friend, a place where you will be enchanted by the sheer beauty of the house and its unique ambiance, somewhere with a dreamy fairytale quality which offers a welcome respite from the harsh realities of everyday life.  429 more words

Immersive Theatre

Review: 4**** The Silhouette in the Smoke - London Museum of Water and Steam - @Immer_City @waterandsteam

#Tweetingit: 4**** ImmerCity wring every drop of suspense from their unusual venue with great performances

Directed and produced by Rosanna Mallinson, ImmerCity’s immersive theatre experience takes place in the industrially foreboding setting of the London Museum of Water and Steam. 682 more words