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‘Hauntingly different & mostly in a very good way’: THE DARKFIELD TRILOGY – Canary Wharf

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Darkfield promoted site specific theatre even when we couldn’t actually go anywhere. Their neat answer was to get you using spaces in your own home or in permitted public places such as a park bench. Now they’ve gone back to an idea which they used prior to the great lockdown with a trio of short pieces taking place in converted shipping containers currently located in Canary Wharf in London’s Docklands.

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FEATURED SHOW: Darkfield’s ‘deliciously eerie’, ‘breath-quickening’ Seance in its final week at VAULT Festival

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Darkfield’s Séance is now in its final week in London as this year’s VAULT Festival winds to a close. Here’s a reminder of what some of the critics – including two Mates – have said about this spooky sensory sensation. Better get booking before it’s too late!

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Terri trips: Darkfield’s Seance & Flight, The Animals & Children took to the Streets

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I’ve been so enjoying working on Featured Show campaigns for 1927 Productions’ The Animals and Children took to the Streets and Darkfield’s Seance and Flight. Luckily, I also managed to see all three shows myself. Here’s a round-up of my on-the-night reactions to each.