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Everything Fringe: LAStheatre at the Old Vic Tunnels

A Blogcast Interview with Barra Collins, Artistic Director, and Andy Franzkowiak, Creative Producer, both from LAStheatre.

LAS TheatreLAStheatre is the production company behind The Enlightenment Café. We talk to Barra and Andy about their production company, the idea behind it, and their upcoming show in the Old Vic Tunnels.

We are very grateful to Barra and Andy for spending some time with us create the second installment of the Everything Fringe Initiative Blogcasts!

Read more about the Everything Fringe Initiative here!

Sit back, relax and have a listen to an exclusive interview with the the team behind one of the most immersive pieces of theatre in London today.

In more detail, find out:

  • What is the Enlightenment Café?
  • What the hell are the Old Vic Tunnels?
  • What has the Transit of Venus got to do with London Theatre?

Our Thoughts
The LAStheatre team deliver a compelling vision for their up and coming show in the Old Vic tunnels. The scope and background of this installment of The Enlightenment Café in the Old Vic Tunnels is truly fascinating, and we look forward to seeing more from this exciting fringe company.

You can get tickets to The Enlightenment Café here. It will run in the Old Vic Tunnels from 31st May 2012 to 3rd June 2012. Tickets £15.


As always, comments are welcome!

Visit the LAStheatre website for more information about their current work: http://www.lastheatre.com/

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