In a small square near the main gates, you’ll find a noticeboard. It’s a favourite meeting place for regulars, and one of the few places where the powers-that-be give even a nod to helping first-time visitors navigate the labyrinthine and impenetrable Theatre District.

Bath Festival

The Theatre of Glass and Shadows is featured on the Netgalley homepage!   If you're a...

Cover reveal

The Theatre of Glass and Shadows has a cover and it's beautiful.

Bonnier Books Fiction Showcase 2024

My publisher, Bonnier Books, held their 2024 fiction showcase on 8 November, and I was delighted...

Five immersive production companies to watch

Some immersive shows have a relatively short run, often selling out quickly. These companies are...

Immersive Experiences

Immersive is something of a buzzword at the moment. If you search shows and experiences in London,...

Immersive Theatre – where to start?

Following on from my post about immersive theatre, here’s a rundown of what’s currently going on...

What is immersive theatre?

If you look at my social media, you’ll see a lot of posts about immersive theatre. This is...

Introduction

Hello, and welcome to my blog. I’m Anne, and I’m the author of The Space Between the Stars,...

Bacchanalia review

A few days ago, I paid my second visit to Sleepwalk Immersive’s Bacchanalia, and came away...