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...

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...

June 28, 2019

A pub quiz, bingo and Cards against humanity – who would put those things together and why?

Well, Cattivo did and it actually worked pretty well, though lead to feelings of slight injustice from our team.

The set up is this – like any pub quiz, there’s a quizmaster, and...

June 21, 2019

My, my, my, how Secret Theatre has evolved! I went to their very first production back in 2000-something something where they did a version of Reservoir dogs and the involvement of the audience went as far as being told to dress a bit like a detective. Not particularly...

June 20, 2019

I spent a rather charming evening at The Little Orchestra in March. They were using the newly opened Alexandra Palace theatre, a beautifully restored venue oozing faded glamour, much like Wilton’s Music Hall.

The Little Orchestra is actually a regular sized orchestra, j...

April 10, 2019

After only 12 years in the making I finally made it to Slimelight. I had heard it wasn’t like its days of glory when I had probably first heard of it and everyone used to go, so I had made sure I picked a special occasion – it’s 31st birthday (the birthdays are always...

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