Entries by Immersive Theatre

Participative Theatre

Participative Theatre: Engaging Audiences in Digital and Non-digital Environments Date: Wednesday, 23rd April, 2014-04-09 Time: 16:00-17:30 pm Venue: Room 2.44, University Square Stratford, University of East London, 1 Salway Road, Stratford. London E15 1NN http://www.universitysquarestratford.ac.uk/find-us.htm The event is Free You are invited to a PhD seminar event organised by the Centre of Performing Arts Development […]


JONAH AND THE WHALE An immersive installation depicting the life of a Communist Romanian soldier who is caught up in a conflict of beliefs By Alexandra Margarint Immersive Theatre is proudly supporting Alexandra Margarint’s immersive installation project which would be exhibited between the 20th and the 22nd of June at the Ambika P3 Gallery at […]

I recently saw Memodrome:Exile

I’m an Englishman whose knowledge of Romania consists of little more than childhood memories of the exotic Romanian stamps in my fortnightly delivery of the “Stanley Gibbons Catalogue” assortment of World postage stamps.   Eventually of course I grew up.  I discovered there were fascist regimes, such as Ceausescu in Romania and Nixon in the USA.  […]

Open Arena Launching Talk

It is said that if you want to see a tall building you have to take a proper distance from it. This is what happened to me.  While living in Romania and having been trained as a theatre artist, I acted for social change with the help of Forum Theatre. Forum Theatre is an applied […]

Every story must be told

I have always wondered which is the right way to tell a story and if some stories are not to be told. I come from a tradition were I was taught that “There are things we never talk about”. And I didn’t ask “why”. Despite teaching me some of the most important lessons in life, […]