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Now Serving– The Collapsable Hole, New York, NY

Writer: RADIOHOLE Director: RADIOHOLE Reviewer: Carrie Lee O’Dell  The performance collective RADIOHOLE serves a full meal onstage in their new work Now Serving: A Guide to Aesthetic Etiquette in Four Courses. Reminiscent of both Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party and Theresa Rebeck and Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros’s 2003 play Omnium Gatherum, this “irreverent exploration of the American Dinner Party featuring Haute Vaginal Cuisine” ...

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The Red Palace – The Vaults, London

Writer: Cressida Peever Director: Celine Lowenthal Reviewer: David Guest Dark fairy tales with a labyrinthine twist encourage you to discover the secrets behind the masks in Red Palace, a decadent blend of comedy, cabaret, burlesque, circus and immersive theatre. The many rooms of the always versatile Vaults at Waterloo provide the perfect venue for a collection of neo-Gothic stories where ...

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Gingerline: Chambers – Secret Location, London

Writers: Davy Berryman and Lauren Partridge Reviewer: Ava Eldred Famed for their innovative immersive dining experiences, all taking place in the vicinity of stations on London’s Overground line, Gingerline’s latest instalment, Chambers, is a veritable feast for the senses, and certainly not for the passive experience seeker. The first rule of Gingerline is that participants must not reveal anything about ...

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The Grand Expedition Dining Experience – secret location, London

Creators: Gingerline Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Until 4pm on the day of our visit to Gingerline’s latest theatrical pop-up restaurant, we had no idea where we would be going. When the text arrived with directions, we were hardly any the wiser. Such secrecy is part of the Gingerline ethos. Their latest dining experience, The Grand Expedition, certainly starts with a spirit ...

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From Shore to Shore – Yang Sing, Manchester

Writers: Mary Cooper and MW Sun Director: David K S Tse Reviewer: Harriet Mallion Tucked away in private dining area in the Yang Sing restaurant in Manchester’s vibrant Chinatown you’ll find an intimate temporary theatre dedicated to telling rarely heard stories of migration, and the challenges faced by crossing borders and cultural boundaries in search of a place to call ...

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Shore to Shore – Oriental City Restaurant, Leeds

Writers: Mary Cooper and MW Sun Music: Angela Chan Director: David K S Tse Reviewer: Sue Collier On the Wire presents a unique theatrical experience within a restaurant setting. This play is the result of interviews with a range of Chinese people from the Leeds and West Yorkshire region. It examines issues of identity, gender, human trafficking, domestic violence, racism ...

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