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immersive theatre

Plans for a controversial Mamma Mia! spin-off show that drew complaints from local residents in Waterloo have been scrapped. Mamma Mia! The Party, the brainchild...

While a number of companies offer accessible performances for learning-disabled children, few are aimed at over-18s. The designer of Frozen Light’s latest multi-sensory show...

Lauren Reed is showrunner of Second World War drama For King and Country, which allows its audience to decide the direction of the story....

A new venue dubbed the UK's first purpose-built "fully flexible performance arts venue" will open in London, offering a home to interactive and immersive...

It is fairly safe to say that immersive theatre became a big deal with Punchdrunk’s The Masque of the Red Death at Battersea Arts...

In an alternate 1940, King Edward VIII is on the throne, Nazi troops are advancing through Surrey, and the British government has been all...

Immersive hit the mainstream in the past decade with audiences flocking to work by pioneering companies such as Punchdrunk, Coney and Shunt. But, with...

It feels like an increasing truism, in London at least, that you’re now never more than six feet away from an immersive theatre show....

I am writing on behalf of Print Room at the Coronet in London, which was referenced in Alistair Smith’s Editor's View column last week. This...
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