At the heart of the Theatre District stands the House of Doors, home to an immersive show that’s been running for so long that no one remembers how it first began. But what is it about the show that keeps people coming back, over and over again?

Five immersive production companies to watch

Five immersive production companies to watch

Some immersive shows have a relatively short run, often selling out quickly. These companies are all worth watching, with some having rumoured or confirmed upcoming shows. Sleepwalk Immersive Relative newcomers to the immersive theatre scene, Sleepwalk Immersive are...

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Immersive Experiences

Immersive Experiences

Immersive is something of a buzzword at the moment. If you search shows and experiences in London, you’ll find all sorts of things being billed as immersive, from art exhibitions to themed worlds, by way of escape rooms and recreations of films and TV shows. I’ve...

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Immersive Theatre – where to start?

Immersive Theatre – where to start?

Following on from my post about immersive theatre, here’s a rundown of what’s currently going on in the world of immersive theatre, as well as some shows to watch out for. Given that I live just over an hour away by train, most of my recommendations are for...

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Bacchanalia review

Bacchanalia review

A few days ago, I paid my second visit to Sleepwalk Immersive’s Bacchanalia, and came away thinking that I might just have to try and squeeze a third in before the end of this run. Bacchanalia is this new immersive theatre company’s first show, and it’s on its second...

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What is immersive theatre?

What is immersive theatre?

If you look at my social media, you’ll see a lot of posts about immersive theatre. This is probably unsurprising, given that I’ve written a book on the subject. But what is it, and why did it intrigue me enough that I decided to write a book about it? In very simple...

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Introduction

Introduction

Hello, and welcome to my blog. I’m Anne, and I’m the author of The Space Between the Stars, published by Pan Macmillan, and The Theatre of Glass and Shadows, which Bonnier are publishing in May this year. The Theatre of Glass and Shadows is set in an alternate version...

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