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...

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 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.


June 27, 2019

My friend had already raved about the Great Gatsby immersive experience and liked it enough to return so my hopes were high. It has been running for yonks now, becoming the flagship show of Colab Theatre’s event space after it moved there from The Vaults. I was excited...

June 25, 2019

On a Friday night I ventured South. Deep, deep south, all the way to Catford. I had an appointment to view a house… a house with a secret!

This is a new immersive game that is housed in the upstairs of the fabulous Ninth Life pub and it was excellent. It has a dash of e...

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