'Recollection' pushes the boundaries of immersive theatre

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'Recollection' pushes the boundaries of immersive theatre

A new theatre company is hoping to push the boundaries of immersive production with their debut work.

Recollection tells the story of a woman who wakes in an unfamiliar town, having had her memory erased.

The audience play a major part in the experience and London Live's Anthony Baxter has been speaking to Justin Fyles, the founder of the theatre company ‘Any One Thing’, and Sophie Larsmon who directed the production.

The play is on in a secret location near London Bridge until the end of April.

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