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How to Solve a Problem Like Murder, Paradise by Way of Kensal Green

Pros: A well-developed and engaging murder mystery experience in a great venue. With dancing! Cons: There’s a lot of people doing a lot of moving around in a fairly tight space. Two things in life I love very much are immersive theatre and a good murder mystery. So How to Solve a Problem Like Murder, advertised as ‘Cluedo meets the seven deadly sins’, seemed to be made for me. I’m not, however, a massive fan of the imperious way in ...

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Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, Theatre N16 – Review

Pros: A wonderful play brought to life by two outstanding actors Cons: At times the American accents wavered John Patrick Shanley’s classic play Danny and the Deep Blue Sea tells the story of Danny and Roberta. Both sat alone in a New York bar, they begin to chat and find solace in confiding things to each other they haven’t told anyone else. Their troubled lives mean they feel trapped in their own minds. For Danny, he struggles to stop himself ...

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Bridging the Void, Rich Mix – Review

Pros: The production features exciting, high energy movement set to visually arresting video footage. Cons: The large audience often blocks the three dancers from view and at times the live dancing and pre-recorded footage does not feel fully integrated. Bridging the Void is a dance, film and music production with choreography by Rachel Johnson. The production combines live dance with original music and footage of a sunrise over Primrose Hill, which is projected onto the back wall of the venue. ...

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