Designing an immersive experience for an audience as obsessive as Doctor Who fans would seem almost completely impossible.
It’s the end of the universe – so of course Doctor Who – Time Fracture is utterly chaotic. It is also rather good fun.
Following over 5,000 applications, a cast of 42 performers are beginning rehearsals for the immersive production Doctor Who Time Fracture, from the team behind The Great Gatsby.
Immersive Everywhere has revealed further details for Doctor Who: Time Fracture, a new immersive theatrical event from the team behind The Great Gatsby, the UK’s longest running immersive show.
I got to enter the boxing ring at London’s Southwark Playhouse to chair a post-show Q&A at Troupe Theatre’s world premiere production of Joy Wilkinson’s The Sweet Science of Bruising.
In this episode of The Show People Podcast, host Andrew Keates was joined by Simon Lipkin, just before he went into rehearsal for Nativity – The Musical – a show that is led by improvisation and Simon revealed the challenges and freedoms that method of performing can present.
Hymns For Robots, Noctium Theatre’s portrait of electronic music innovator Delia Derbyshire, is an appealingly winsome piece of theatre.
Arion Productions has announced actor Annette Badland as a new patron. She joins composer Howard Goodall CBE and playwright Martin Sherman as champions of the London-based theatre company, under the artistic direction of MyTheatreMates contributor Andrew Keates.
Pearl Mackie will join the cast of a new production of Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party, in her first role since playing ‘Bill Potts’, the Doctor’s companion, in the latest series of the BBC’s Doctor Who.
Anthony Neilson’s newly devised piece is both a comic masterpiece and a disappointingly unbalanced work.