There are puzzles, and codes to be cracked, jobs to be planned, people to be hired, revenge to be had & scores to be settled in the fun experience that is Colab Theatre’s Crooks 1926.
Guided by a web app, participants have 80 minutes to earn as much money as possible by answering cryptic puzzles. They must choose what equipment to spend their cash on before returning to the meeting place.
After chairing events for London transfers of Creation Theatre’s The Pit and The Pendulum and Dracula, I was chuffed to be invited to see them on their ‘home turf’ in Oxford and host a post-show Q&A for their new gaming take on Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
“A delightful, zany celebration of all things Thrones” – Audiences have been more excited than a Dothraki horde riding into battle about Game of Thrones-inspired theatrical dining experience Dinner Is Coming. Check out what the critics thought, then book your tickets!
Don’t go cold turkey on Game of Thrones. In fact, do the opposite. Indulge in a feast fit for the seven kingdoms with The Vaults’ Dinner Is Coming. Check out the new trailer for the parody of all things Seven Kingdoms, then book your tickets for a meal like no other!
“And would sir like a crossbow with that?” Not the normal question asked by waiters, but at new Game of Thrones-inspired theatrical dining experience Dinner Is Coming., it seems entirely likely. Get a taste for what to expect with these images from the show, then book your tickets!
With Game of Thrones about to leave a massive whole in people’s lives when the epic HBO drama comes to its conclusions, fans can still feed their hunger for all things bloodthirsty, Machiavellian and… tasty with immersive dining experience Dinner Is Coming. Book your tickets for a wedding like no other!
“Revolution is action. Revolution is choice.” Discover how Mark and Marichka Marczyk took that spirit of revolution, and all that comes with it, and channeled it into creating VAULT Festival hits Counting Sheep and Balaklava Blues.
Balaklava Blues, a music and multimedia experience exploring post-traumatic stress and attempts to move forward, is playing alongside its immersive predecessor Counting Sheep at this year’s VAULT Festival. Both created by Mark and Marichka Marczyk, they run at Waterloo venue until 17 March 2019.
In this episode of The Show People Podcast, host Andrew Keates is joined by Marie McCarthy – artistic director of the Omnibus Theatre, Clapham. Marie goes into great detail about her multi-award-winning theatre, its history, her vision and the many ways that theatre-makers can work with them as well as outlining their exciting upcoming season too.
Colab Factory excels at providing unconventional and immersive theatre experiences and For King and Country is no different.
Crude, disgusting, shocking, amazing, outstanding. Just a few words to describe this mental but incredible production. Trainspotting Live, based on Irvine Welsh’s 1993 book, follows a group of heroin addicts on their journey through life in an economically depressed part of Edinburgh.
Phoenix Rising isn’t your average play. Written by Andrew Day and directed by Maggie Norris, it takes place in an underground car park beneath Smithfield meat market and uses the whole area to tell its story.
Even putting your coat and bag in the cloakroom feels like a scary Soviet Union policy. But without spoiling too much, you don’t want to be weighed down by all your life crap in your bag because the recreation of the Pussy Riot experience will weigh you down enough.
Mexican company Los Colochos Teatro not only knows how to utilize Shakespeare’s Scottish Play in order to tell a story of the here and now, but also uses human imagination in a simple, yet creative and immersive way. Their Mendoza, based on Macbeth, is one of the best Shakespeare productions I have seen.
Alice’s Adventures Underground at The Vaults underneath Waterloo station is not just a show, it’s an experience. An experience which everyone should have. It’s magical, mystical, unique and altogether brilliant.
Throughout the night, the famous story of The Great Gatsby is told. However, how you see the tale is entirely up to you.
Jamie Lloyd tackles Philip Ridley’s 1991 modern classic — with terrifically immersive results.
In a world of people singing along to musical theatre and drunkenly shouting to actors in passive productions (I’ve been to Rocky Horror so I am saying nothing) it is nice that there is an outlet for them but with the exception of big producers like Punchdrunk (currently in Shanghai) most immersive theatre is new writing and sometimes not very good new writing.
Just over two years ago, a revolution in Kiev ushered in the downfall of the Ukranian government. Protests against the government’s refusal to sign pro-EU legislation lasting months had several violent outbursts that saw hundred of people injured and 780 killed.
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