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Punchdrunk's Kabeiroi: A review

Night has fallen outside Euston station and I don’t have much time. She said she’d be back in touch in five minutes; I have already had three of them but I badly need a cigarette. 725 more words


16/01/2018 - Take Me Home: Horror Within

Walking up the stairs toward Take Me Home’s Horror Within, I had no idea what to expect: I’ve done haunts with the tiniest possible floor space possible that have really packed a punch and left a mark over the last few years, however when I heard that there would be live actors inside the impossibly small room looming from the balcony above, I was curious as to see just how this would work. 517 more words


Review: Immersive theatre with rioting feminist punk-rockers

Rating: 7/10 (Nickolas is hard to truly impress.)

What did I like: the message, the all-female cast, and how they dealt with my little spontaneous act of rebellion (more on that later). 1,682 more words


The Siege of Christmas 

Directed by Alan Lane

Contact Young Company


Having just seen a big, high octane pantomime earlier this week I was curious as to see how Contact Young Company (CYC) would approach a Christmas family show. 470 more words

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My experience of Immersive Theatre

When I was 18 I had my first experience of immersive theatre. I saw Punchdrunk’s ‘The Drowned Man’ and it was the most trippy piece of theatre I had ever experienced. 368 more words


Inside Pussy Riot | Review

★★★★☆ Les Enfants Terribles, Saatchi Gallery

Inside Pussy Riot is a powerful and relevant immersive production that needs to be experienced.

In all honesty, I was very nervous before going into the play. 397 more words


Inside Pussy Riot, Saatchi Gallery

A thoughtful, warm,political,funny and terrifying piece that explores the concept of freedom.

My friend and I were late to this. I am obviously mortified so I don’t say this with pride, I say this as a warning. 560 more words