[Review:] CRISIS? WHAT CRISIS?, The Colab Factory, London.

What crisis, indeed? Unfortunately, I shall begin this review as I mean to continue it: this performance was utterly shambolic. There was a clear lack of organisation and refinement throughout its entirety, making itself one of the most lacklustre and disorderly performances I have seen. One of the unique selling points of game theatre is... Continue Reading →

[Review:] REVOLUTION, CoLab Factory, London.

This review will consider CoLab Factory’s Revolution, a piece of immersive theatre directed and designed by Joe Ball with Kai Oliver. I shall start by stating that Revolution meets its objectives well: to entertain an audience in an immersive style of performance in tackling the premise of politics in a flavourful, unusual way. The parallel... Continue Reading →

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