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Immersive theatre is possibly the newest genre, it covers all theatre where the audience is much more part of the performance; no sitting in the dark watching here, instead you’ll need to be ready to get your hands a little dirty

Review: Viper Squad, Colab Arms

Some immersive theatre has you following the actors from room to room. In some, you can choose your own path. In the most engaging shows, though, you’re part of the action – and it’s this space in which Schematic Theatre excels. The rundown pub near Elephant and Castle was last seen in the outstanding Crooks 1926, in which it played the show’s gangster headquarters, a location which suited the show perfectly. In Viper Squad it represents a 1980’s New York ...

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