Review: With-in

Abstract performance set to a fascinating musical soundscape.


Review: Prelude #1- The Circle

From Quebec- highly satisfying and professional unraveling of gesture and motion in a ritualistic circle


Review: The Brunch Club

A hit and miss look at what achieving a certain age now is like, given the clique culture in post war Britain


Review: Coma

An immersive lying down of your fears which ends with you getting up feeling exposed by an innovative theatrical experience.


Review: Clean

An unmitigated yell for old-school feminism


Review: Funeral Flowers

Strength and determination shine through in this story of a young woman in they care system


Review: Handfast

A joyous celebration of relationships in all their glorious messiness


Review: Rear View

Where live street theatre and guerrilla film-making mesh in perfect harmony.


Review: Meeting at 33

An immersive meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous with truth, dignity and power in the performance


Review: Refrain

A haunting choral journey through the mysterious Newhaven Fort


Review: Depart

Big, bold, beautiful, baffling.


Review: Mobile

Fringe theatre at its best. A unique intimate experience with outstanding production values.


Review: Still Here

“If you have the media - please tell to all the people of nation about my country; Is very important.”


Review: Dancing in the Dark

Inspired off-centre situationist drama from acclaimed Wired Theatre about family, grief and sexual identities.


Review: Borderlands

Meditative and mysterious performance set in the beautiful grounds of Dryburgh abbey


Review: Comfort Slaves

A successful immersive show with strong performances and graphic content


Review: PAND 7090

Unreviewable. Unmissable. Highly recommended.


Review: The Wedding Reception

This is a warm and inviting combination of live comedy interactive performance and a delicious dinner - a great night to plan with friends or to even make some new ones


Review: Together

A Site-Specific Audio-Walk Around Barnstaple


Review: ALICE

A dark, brilliantly immersive exploration of Lewis Carroll and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.


Review: Anna

Intense piece of immersive theatre