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Punchdrunk

Small Wonders, a new commission for the London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT), boasts the same extraordinary attention to detail and power to transport...

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...

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

The Young Vic has appointed Punchdrunk's Despina Tsatsas as its new executive director. She joins a new leadership team at the London theatre, alongside artistic...

It may seem a weird cosmic joke (or perhaps an intervention by the Greek gods – more of whom later), but two days after...

Theatre is necessarily a minority activity: even in London’s five largest theatres – the London Coliseum, London Palladium, Royal Opera House, Theatre Royal Drury...

I still remember the great excitement in my household when the National Lottery launched back in 1994. A legitimate, government-sanctioned way to become a...

The good news is that Punchdrunk is doing a new show: it’s called Kabeiroi and is based on fragments of a lost play by...

Punchdrunk has announced a new London show, inspired by Aeschylus' lost play The Kabeiroi. It is the company's first major show in the UK since...
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