In March 2017 Old Lamp Entertainment will premiere H.G. Wells’ ‘The Crystal Egg’ as an exciting cinematic and sensory production.
Sell A Door Theatre Company have created a vibrant production with a talented and committed cast of performers.
When glancing through the list of theatre productions for this year's fringe, ‘Wrecked’ was one I had extremely high expectations of and was looking forward to.
As “People Places and Things” comes to the end of its time in London’s West End, there has been talk of a limited run on Broadway later this year, according to the Daily Mail’s Baz Bamigboye.
Adrian Noble’s stunningly visual production focuses heavily on the emotional journey of T.E Lawrence throughout his escapades across the Middle East. Whilst the political backdrop of the period is perhaps slightly underplayed, the drama and intensity of Lawrence’s experiences provides an evocative performance for its audience.
Having explored the nature of immersive performance through experience, and read a great deal of reviews whilst researching the topic, I noticed one very prominent issue. Very few reviews capture the emotional, visceral nature of the art form.
Having avoided jumping into the initial rush of theatre goers fighting to see one of TV’s men of the moment, I had some time to set aside the negative feedback from press night and arrive with an open mind, free from the influence of others.