“For the love of the art”  (New York Times)


We are a company that asks a question.

Can a theatre company that doesn't seek to make a profit create affordable and entertaining productions, contribute to charity and also support new, emerging artists?


Our London debut was a site-specific adaptation of Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs. Previous productions include the original Evanescent in Brooklyn, Diary of a Sociopath at The LA Asylum in Hollywood and the world stage premier of Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands in a disused factory in New York. Our last two productions in London were the2015 6 week sell out run of SE7EN DEADLY SINS from January to March at a secret 4 storey London members club. The immersive production directed by Richard Crawford sold out before we opened and the ticket extension sold out in ten minutes.

That summer saw Romeo and Juliet on a Secret Island in Canary Wharf was also a sell out success and gained critical acclaim from BBC Asia / One in London and London Nights. Charities that we have partnered and contributed to include The Shoreditch Trust, Shelter and WWF.


Our last show was in Hong Kong and was the production of SE7EN DEADLY SINS. The immersive show took place on a boat, a house on an island, a jungle and a speedboat! The production was again a sell out success and was named “One of the best shows in Hong Kong.” (HK Expat)


With great excitement we return to London with a wild immersive ride in Zone 1. Do not miss out! Buy the ticket, take the ride!


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