One of the great aspects of going to the Vault Festival is seeing something that is not quite finished but is being ‘beta’ tested with a live audience – in theatrical terms, a ’work in progress’ – and that is exactly what I did with a visit to Dave Bibby’s new production, Life: The Gameshow. […]
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It’s 1946 and the Marchioness du Jour, a venerated prima donna and a wonderful singer, is set to perform at tonight’s grand opening. Dignitaries, cultural bigwigs and the finest folk from around the world have flocked to the event, and the room is buzzing with anticipation. But all is not as it seems when a […]
Nestled in Lewis Cubitt Square in King’s Cross you’ll find three, unassuming, white shipping containers, each with a word painted on it; “SÉANCE,” “FLIGHT” and “COMA”. Inside, three intense and immersive shows form part of Darkfield, an anthology that brings us closer to some of our greatest fears as humans, in life and in death. […]
I’ve been going to the Vaults Festival in Waterloo for the past few years and was always intrigued by the portacabin at the junction of Lower Marsh and the Leake Street tunnel which is used as performance space. This year it’s been taken over by Myriad Immersive to put on Spree a piece of immersive […]
I had not, until last night, had the pleasure of experiencing COLAB Theatre’s work and, having now done so, I am mourning my wasted time. Crooks: 1926 is the latest work from COLAB Theatre, and the first produced from their new, dedicated home base, promising clever game mechanics and an exciting narrative and this production […]