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UnCorked Theatre presents: One Nine Two Seven

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UnCorked Theatre – fresh from treating us to the 5* immersive hit How to Solve a Problem Like Murder – have delivered another theatrical corker with One Nine Two Seven.  This time the gripping production takes place at an underground New York gangster party, hosted in Kensington’s atmospheric Evans & Peel Detective Agency.  Throughout the night, various stories play out which have you second guessing the actions and motives of each character at every twist and turn.  

As Daniel Brodie discovered, this captivating show will leave you mesmerised, making it an essential night out in London right now.

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Category: Theatre
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The Isle of the Unexpected with Jura Whisky: Looking Glass Cocktail Club, 13th – 22nd October 2016

Immersive arts company Art of Disappearing – formed by Rachel Champion and Tristan Shorr – bring their latest project to London tomorrow in association with Jura Whisky.  In a unique drinking and cultural experience, for seven nights (13th-15th and 19th-22nd) The Isle of the Unexpected transports ticket-holders from Shoreditch’s buzzing Looking Glass Cocktail Club to the small Scottish island of Jura.  There, each group will wander through a rich, audio-led experience, under the pretext of finding inspiration for a mysterious filmmaker.  

Before entering Champion and Shorr’s evocative world later this week, Ian Cater caught up with them to discuss their inspiration for the project and what participants can expect during their 30 minute slot.

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Category: Culture
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UnCorked Theatre presents ‘How To Solve A Problem Like Murder’

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By Ian Cater, Chief Features Writer

With How To Solve A Problem Like Murder, UnCorked Theatre delivers one of the most intriguing, voyeuristic and memorable evenings in London right now: a captivating mixture of immersive theatre, murder-mystery and burlesque.  

The second you arrive at the venue – Paradise by way of Kensal Green – you become part of a complex and challenging reality, which claims you until the moment the murderer is finally unmasked.  The onus is on you to select your chief suspects and closely watch what they do and how they do it.  Our advice: get tickets while you can and then keep your wits about you.

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Category: Dance
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Spotlight on Imogen Miller Porter

It’s a delight to catch up with actor and writer Imogen Miller Porter, just as she’s finishing her current run as the screeching matriarch in the interactive Faulty Towers Dining Experience at Charing Cross Hotel. Despite what I imagine as an exhaustive role she blusters into the nearby café looking fresh as a daisy; resplendent in turquoise plaid shirt, plaited locks not quite free of that infamous Sybil coiffure.

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Category: Comedy