Tag Archives: immersive theatre

Lost sock? Ghost in the garage? Investigators from the Ministry of Mundane Mysteries to the rescue, by phone

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca What on earth could have happened to my copy of Alice in Wonderland? I’ve looked everywhere. And while we’re on the subject of missing, my polka-dot frame cheap-o sunglasses have been AWOL for 18 months? And … Continue reading

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Did you hear about the party? A world of surveillance in Bevin Dooley’s In Camera at Found Fest

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Shhhh. This weekend in Old Strathcona you may find yourself doing something subversive, illegal, and quite possibly dangerous. No, not jaywalking, my friends (or plotting against the damn Edmonton parking app). You’ll be in a one-bedroom … Continue reading

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Say Yes to flight: Slight of Mind takes us through the secret caverns of the Citadel

  By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca What goes up must come down. In the multi-pronged flight of fancy that opens Friday at the Citadel, you’ll do a little of both as Slight of Mind takes you on a journey into the … Continue reading

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Defy gravity at your peril: Dead Centre Of Town XI at Fort Edmonton

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca The principle of “what goes up must come down” as applied to air travel isn’t an entirely comforting thought. Defying gravity might have been a blast for Peter Pan but, trust me, it doesn’t always work … Continue reading

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Escape Room theatre adventure puzzle: The Snow Queen is Azimuth’s latest collaboration

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca In The Snow Queen, a strange and haunting fairy tale by the 19th century Danish master Hans Christian Andersen, a magic troll mirror distorts everything it reflects. It shatters, scattering icy splinters across the world. Anyone … Continue reading

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