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Alice's Adventures Underground

“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change” – Alice 

Last week, I was pretty blown away by the production of… 179 more words

Culture

Alice's Adventures Undergound, Waterloo Vaults

In the Vaults deep underneath Waterloo Station discover Wonderland in all its nonsensical glory. Journey down the rabbit hole to gorge on cakes that will have you bumping your head on the ceiling, smoke a pipe with the Caterpillar as he tells you his psychedelic tale and take tea with the maddest of Hatters; all whilst trying to avoid losing your head at the hands of the fearsome Red Queen. 655 more words

London

Against Captain's Orders, National Maritime Museum

Get ready to experience history like never before as you and your family join the crew of HMS Adventure. Meet our fearless curators, don a lifejacket, and step into the heart of the action. 452 more words

London

East London zombies

On Sunday I popped out to be chased around East London by zombies, and this happened.

It’s not the kind of thing I expected to return to having escaped the dread hordes of screeching, clutching undead! 383 more words

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Philip Pullman's Grimm Tales, OXO Tower Bargehouse

This world-exclusive immersive theatrical production transforms a handful of award-winning author Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales adaptations into 150 minutes of raw, unrelenting action. In the labyrinthine sprawl of the Bargehouse chambers, words will become flesh and blood, sights and sounds. 415 more words

London

Lacking Definition

Like anything else, the academic and theoretical study of theatre-making is always bound by a shared lexicon. However definitions sometimes lead us astray. Take Bertolt Brecht’s concept of Verfremdungseffekt for instance.   1,778 more words

Theatre

Theatre Review: Secret Theatre

Buy the Ticket, Take the Ride

The latest immersive theatre experience to catch my eye was Secret Theatre. Word of mouth led me to the trailer for their new London production… 984 more words

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