Immersive Theatre

Review: Grimm Tales for Young and Old, The Bargehouse, London

Peter Yeung | Posted 10.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Peter Yeung

The niche that Grimm Tales is aiming for is not easily achieved - open for the above eights, but also entertaining for adults - and perhaps this is the production's downfall. At times, the script is tickling and enjoyable, yet at other moments it is glaringly poor and simplistic, whereas, when taken as a whole, the evening is of somewhat formulaic fantasy...

Review: The Drowned Man, A Hollywood Fable

Victoria Sadler | Posted 16.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Victoria Sadler

Punchdrunk have many ardent followers and I have been a fan of their previous productions but, for me, this one didn't work on an emotional level. I would plunge myself into immersive theatre again as I find it challenging and interesting but next time I'd prefer an environment where it is clearer where the emotional heart of the story lies.

Above and Beyond; A One on One Theatrical Experience in London's 21st Century Grand Hotel

Hamish Jenkinson | Posted 25.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Hamish Jenkinson

The rapid rise of immersive theatre, which plunges the actors and audience into the same space, has rendered the old-fashioned theatre all but redundant. These days, the most exciting productions are happening beyond the theatre walls.

'Brave, Bonkers And Beautiful': Forget What You Think You Know About Immersive Theatre (REVIEW)

The Huffington Post UK | Jody Thompson | Posted 09.04.2013 | Home

What is the future of technology-obsessed man? In broad brushstrokes, that's the big question the latest site-specific production from art and t...

My Love/Hate Relationship With the Critic

Scottee | Posted 22.07.2012 | UK Entertainment

Critics have a bit of a reputation for watching your work with what locals up here would call 'a face like a smacked arse' but when I forced her to sit in my eyeline and wear a party hat like everyone else she looked engaged and even LOL'ed - why was I staring at her during the show as if I could predict her review or manipulate her experience?