Beat The Devil

Last week I headed for my first post-lockdown live indoor threatre experience! I booked to see Beat The Devil at the Bridge Theatre, one of the series of monologues they are currently hosting in their socially distanced auditorium. It felt really weird and somewhat eerie to be back at the theatre, with an audience bedecked…

AIM – Operation Mindfall

After having played AIM‘s Deja Brew and Spy Heroes escape rooms, I was invited by Love Popups London to try their new augmented reality outdoor experience in central London. We got to play the Operation Mindfall, which is a two hours outdoor adventure starting at the Monument. The premise of this game is that we…

Picnic Hunters

As a big fan of Gingerline, I just had to try out their new outdoor, self guided, socially distanced adventure: Picnic Hunters. This adventure consists of an app-based scavenger hunt that guides participants through a London park to discover secrets and solve clues and, eventually, be rewarded with a wonderful picnic! Having loved all the…

Hide And Shriek – Alien Escape

Being in lockdown due to the corona virus pandemic, I thought I’d use the time to work on my backlog of shows I never got around to review back when I actually saw them. I just don’t always have the time to write reviews right away and sometimes they just fall into an eternal backlog…

Twist And Turn

Being in lockdown due to the corona virus pandemic, I thought I’d use the time to work on my backlog of shows I never got around to review back when I actually saw them. I just don’t always have the time to write reviews right away and sometimes they just fall into an eternal backlog…

Little Shop Of Horrors

Being in lockdown due to the corona virus pandemic, I thought I’d use the time to work on my backlog of shows I never got around to review back when I actually saw them. I just don’t always have the time to write reviews right away and sometimes they just fall into an eternal backlog…

Mary Poppins

My favourite Christmas present was a set of tickets to see the West End production of Mary Poppins, which I’ve been itching to see! I went to see it in February on my birthday and took another nanny friend to see it with. I’ve loved the old film as well as the new Mary Poppins…

Uncle Vanya

In early February I ventured out to see Uncle Vanya at the Harold Pinter Theatre with a friend. I had heard a lot of great things about this production, so was very much looking forward to see it. Uncle Vanya is on at the Harold Pinter theatre until the 2nd of May. The stage design…

Nuclear War / Buried / Graceland

On Tuesday I ventured down to the Old Red Lion Theatre to see the three-play production Nuclear War / Buried / Graceland. Despite being a very small theatre, I really like the Old Red Lion. Their upstairs theatre room is quite intimate as the wooden benches are very close to the stage area. I’ve seen…

Spun – Candy Face Lollipop Masterclass

I recently had the privilege to attend one of Spun’s Face Lollipop Masterclasses, in which I got to make my own face out of sugar! A brilliantly unusual thing to do in London. I’ve previously attended their lollipop making masterclass, and that was a whole lot of fun, and at their birthday party I got…

The Adventure Is Real

On Thursday night I was invited to try out the new immersive game by The Adventure Is Real, a combination of roleplaying games, boardgames, and immersive theatre. It was a whirlwind of an adventure to get through, and we had a whole lot of fun with it. Thanks for the invite, Love Popups London. When…

Jekyll / Hyde

Last night I was invited to try out Fire Hazard Games‘ newest street game, Jekyll/Hyde, currently hosted at the Vault Festival. The immersive game is set up for teams of one to three players and works through a website that provides the teams with clues and riddles to solve. Jekyll/Hyde runs for approximately two and…