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immersive theatre

Performing arts organisations have been invited to bid for a £4 million fund to create “game-changing” new experiences using immersive technologies. Public body Innovate UK...

Part-ghost train, part-art installation, Phobiarama is a strikingly unusual performance piece which sees its audience trundling around a sterile white environment in repurposed dodgems,...

Working in the arts is hard. It can be beautiful, rewarding, inspiring and often we couldn’t dream of really doing anything else. But it...

Hanoi theatres await guidance on autonomy VIETNAM/HANOI In what is traditionally a state-funded system, theatres in Vietnam are now awaiting official guidelines on being chosen by...

I’m on a train that isn’t going anywhere. But, for once, this isn’t the fault of Southern Rail. I’m on board the Murder Express,...

Immersive theatre company DifferencEngine has gone into liquidation, owing tens of thousands of pounds to cast and crew. The company, which is behind shows such...

A new adaptable venue that can seat up to 2,000 people is to open in north-west London, headed by the team that ran the...

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...
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