Catherine Love: 'Interaction does not always mean choice'
Interactive theatre is increasingly ubiquitous, but what does it really ask of us as audience members?
Punchdrunk collaborates with Maritime Museum on children's exhibition
Against Captain's Orders: A Journey into the Uncharted opens in March
The Generation of Z: Edinburgh (Edinburgh Fringe)
New Zealand theatre company Royale Productions brings this immersive Zombie experience to the Fringe
Catherine Love: The specifics of site
As site-specific theatre becomes ever more ubiqutious, perhaps it is time to question what the label really means
Punchdrunk's Drowned Man closes following year-long run
The immersive show has been Punchdrunk's longest-running London show, with two fans seeing it almost 50 times
Extensions: Punchdrunk's Drowned Man and Nyman's Ghost Stories
By Editorial Staff
Punchdrunk's epic immersive piece has extended by a month, while Ghost Stories is now booking until August
Punchdrunk's Drowned Man extends to 6 April
The adaptation of Woyzeck is performed in a former Royal Mail sorting office
Catherine Love: A spirit of change
As the WhatsOnStage Awards ask theatregoers to vote for their Theatre Event of the Year, Catherine Love reflects on which events capture the spirit of 2013
Punchdrunk's Drowned Man extends to 23 February 2014
The news was delivered via a mysterious letter and a recorded telephone message, in true Punchdrunk style
WhatsOnStage Awards: Six possible contenders for Theatre Event of the Year
By Ben Hewis
Previous winners of the WhatsOnStage Award for Theatre Event of the Year include Les Miserables' 25th Anniversary Concert and last year's Olympics Opening Ceremony. With nominations open until the end of November, we look at what could be in the running this year.