The immersive theatre experience placing the audience in a care home

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The immersive theatre experience placing the audience in a care home

A three-week festival exploring creativity and ageing, is kicking off in Lewisham, with an immersive theatre experience which is going to be putting the audience in the centre of the action, in a nursing home for 48 hours.

The festival is called 'Age Against The Machine' and is centered around the subject of ageing and different approaches to the issue of growing old.

Rachel Nelkin came into to tell Alicia Edwards more about the festival, alongside Christopher Green who is behind 'The Home' experience. 

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