Allow children to make theatre and who knows what the future might bring
As Coney's immersive piece, created by kids for adults, runs in London, Matt Trueman looks at what can happen when you let children run riot
New six hour Punchdrunk show for audience of two to play in London
The immersive, site-specific company are back in the capital
Immersive disco production of A Midsummer Night's Dream opens in London
The Donkey Show: A Midsummer Night's Disco will run at Proud Camden from 9 June
7 theatrical events for children to get involved with this summer
School's out for summer so here's a list of potential ideas to keep them busy for the next six weeks
Punchdrunk to publish Drowned Man book
The coffee table book will feature over 130 never seen before images from the 2013 production
Against Captain's Orders (National Maritime Museum)
Punchdrunk bring their trademark immersive touch to children at Greenwich's maritime museum
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