The Drowned Man and the Delighted Spectator: Punchdrunk Review

Punchdrunk have made a triumphant return to London theatre with their newest production, The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable. I saw it during preview week, and now, 24 hours later, I am still delightfully turning the events over and over in my head and analysing every last bit of the production. The event is described […]

Abandoned Senningen Zoo – Luxembourg

The Senningen Zoo was opened in 1968 in Senningen, Luxembourg. Despite its extremely remote location, it is reported that in it’s first year of business it was host to 125,000 visitors. There is almost nothing available online that describes the Zoo, or its operation, until we hit the mid-seventies- when the zoo was hit with accusations […]

O Brave New World- Review of The Tempest at The Globe

Last Sunday I had the pleasure of seeing Jeremy Herrin’s adaptation of The Tempest of London’s Globe Theatre. I previously had seen both Tim Carroll’s and Lenka Udovivki’s versions of the Tempest, both excellent productions, so approached the show thinking it would be hard for Herrin to top the previous versions. The truth is, he […]