Reviews
Image courtesy of Knightmare Live, photographer: Sophie-Louise Bachnick
“Welcome, watchers of illusion...” At the start of Knightmare Live, as with the original 1987 hit children's show, the first question you ask is "where am...

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The set of The Drowned Man is vast and bewitching, from the Hollywood studios through to a 1960’s town with a water fountain in the centre, through to the...

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We had some inside knowledge on the latest Secret Cinema. Not the film that was being shown (we wouldn't dare to break their first rule), but that this was the...

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So the decision to head to Wilfred Bagshaw's Time Emporium was a late one- tickets were sold out by the time I knew what it was all about. When there were a few...

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Since joining the Marylebone Gardens community of immersive theatre enthusiasts, I've been along to most of shows in this fantastic ex-BBC building. If you're...

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By two o’clock in the afternoon paranoia had begun to fester. “The other two. They’re not real,” hissed one of my fellow spies, as we skulked around the...

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Fuel, the production company behind ‘Ring’, seek to create theatrical experiences for ‘adventurous people’, which seemed slightly anomalous as we...

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The Story of Life
The Story of Life was Bearded Kitten's latest party. According to their website, they make “interactive entertainment for events and marketing” and they...

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In the Beginning was the End
Dream Think Speak are one of the earliest purveyors of immersive promenade theatre experiences and have been increasing the scale and production values of their...

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Money The Game Show
Money‘s two hosts, Queenie and Casino, introduce themselves to the audience in the Bush’s crowded bar. They claim to be former hedge fund managers who...

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