January 7, 2020

What a soothing yet stimulating way to spend a Sunday. I had wanted to try Sunday Papers Live for quite some time, but had been put off a little by the cost, and also having to keep a Sunday free when I’m out until the early hours all the time.

I’m glad I finally made i...

December 4, 2019

After the roaring success of Divine Proportions, Shotgun Carousel have completely upped the ante with their immersive take on the fairytale world. I expected something similar to Divine Proportions, namely an amazing set with some acts brought out to fit the loose stor...

November 20, 2019

I hadn’t clocked when I got the invite but my friend Amy had told me about the original version of this place many, many years ago and I had still not got around to going. This was, perhaps in part because, before its recent relaunch, getting a table (as fully admitted...

November 14, 2019

Our visit to Roof East was brilliant, marred only by a sharp drop in temperature in the evening and a couple of racist assholes who tried to steal our seats and then racially abused my friend when she wouldn’t let them. Thankfully she is made of stern stuff. But anyway...

October 4, 2019

We thoroughly enjoyed War of the Worlds, as much for its flaws as for its ambitious and mainly highly successful special effects.

I had actually forgotten that it was based around the Jeff Wayne's prog rock opera of it, so when things began to kick off to this (in my mi...

September 30, 2019

I’m a sucker for some immersive dining, combining two of my favourite things as it does, and I’ve been to some cracking ones recently – Shotgun Carousel’s  Divine Proportions was a hoot and Gingerline’s Grand Expedition was whimsical delight. I had high hopes for Banqu...

August 14, 2019

Is it possible to be disappointed by something when you have pretty low expectations anyway? The answer is yes. Especially when you have paid £45+ for a ticket.

I went to House of Noir’s Nude Noir show recently but I won’t be going again. House of Noir is an invite only...

August 1, 2019

Flabbergast’s Swell Mob was one of the best pieces of immersive theatre I’ve ever been to. But this may be as I was forewarned that you really do have to get involved and seek out clues in order to drive the story forward and figure out what the hell is going on.


July 26, 2019

Little Death Club was an absolute delight. Perhaps not quite as orgasmic as its name implies but I had a smile on my face the whole time.

Bernie Dieter, our superb hostess, and performer extraordinaire for the night had assembled a bit of a rag tag bunch of incredibly t...

July 8, 2019

Bad Bruises was not what I expected, but in a good way. They had made no mention of a dungeon or a play space and so I assumed there weren’t any. I was right – in a way. There was no dedicated play space or dungeon, instead the entire club was a free-for-all with it be...

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