Say Cheese – Theatre for Mice and Men

The Immersive theatre adventure of the week this week led to a half abandoned office building on Oxford Street for the funny, thought-provoking, and decidedly clever “Cheese [ a play ]” by Nikki Schreiber. The play is described as: Joe and Freya have it all: the job, the car, the house made of Emmental in an […]

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The Only Boy In The World – Underground with The Bunker

The immersive theatre adventure this week took us out of the streets of London and into the trenches of the first World War, for Jethro Compton’s The Bunker: Morgana and Agamemnon at the Southwark Playhouse. It is described as: Enter the trenches of World War One in an immersive experience from the producer of Belt Up […]

The Drowned Man and The Epic Second Round

Punchdrunk’s Drowned Man is an epic spectacle. I saw it during preview week, which you can read about here, but decided once was certainly not enough and saw it again last night. The show is an incredibly staged immersive performance that allows you to travel through a world while turning it upside down. You can […]

Welcome to England – Bring Your Own Sun (how to visit London)

How to Visit London by A Former Tourist who Still Gets WAY too Excited about Where She Lives. Getting here: We have 5 airports “in” London; Luton, Stansted, Gatwick, Heathrow, and London City. Luton, Stansted and Gatwick often have the cheapest flights but they are NOT that near to London! They will have a (40minute) […]