Teatime Wonder Game

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Tea House Theatre

Until Sat Aug 30

Teatime Wonder Game

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James B

I went to the most recent performance on the 30th of August and It was I must say the best piece of performance art/show I have ever seen. Throughout the show I was treated to roaring laughs, ingenious challenges and talented performances. The cast heavily engaged the audience, involved them in the show, and bounced off of them. you are given a choice of costume as you enter and the chance to take on a new persona, me and my friend were completely immersed in this surreal world we were invited into, from the offset we are entertained but you do not just sit there, you are actively encouraged to join in, you will be moving around the room (and so will the performers), conversing with actors, sizing up your competition and trying to win! I have already recommended everyone I have spoken to since to go to this and I will certainly be attending again. If your open minded and your looking for a night that will leave you with unlimited anecdotes and a face aching from laughter this is the place to be!

adam p

The concept was good but the 'tasks' were a little lacklustre. I think it's got the potential to work but early days and it needs more tinkering.....difficult to keep the crowd focused and they lost the room a couple of times but more nights and sure this could be a much better event.... until then i wouldn't recommend to friends just yet

LUCY E

An interactive event that stays with you after you leave! Theatre like this is hard to engage with when it's done badly, but this is the real thing. from the second you enter the room you are no longer in London, everything is surreal and you are able to float away from your real life and submerge yourself into the game. The characters are plentiful, vibrant, full of life and totally addictive to watch. There is so much to see you are constantly surprised. You are encouraged to view theatre and performance on all levels including the artistic view through paintings. I love the Alice in Wonderland story and love the playfulness that this version creates in front of you. A real chance to be at one with your senses and just go with the flow. 


Very enjoyable.. it's always good to watch and be involved in something a bit different to the norm!

Lucy

Nat L

An exciting roller coaster of games, action and suspense. It keeps you on your toes and fills up your senses! The characters are rich and vibrant and the content magical and quite simply from another world! It's a treat, go see it! NL

JIDEOFO O

I was one of the lucky ones to be invited to the event and I almost forgot all about it all but was reminded by Katarzyna - one of the organisers. It was a bit difficult to make out what it was all about but that added to the buzz of being there. It seemed the rules were no rules. It seemed as if they were making them up as they performed along. It was very interactive and you couldn't help but wonder what will be thrown at you. On the day, the TEA HOUSE THEATRE was packed with people. There was a high table and those lucky enough to be invited the high table and Peter McQuillan was drawing the whole thing live as they were performing. I was the photographer on duty but was caught between watching and capturing pictures of the performance - which was diffucult at times. Sebastian Dirycz looked very much like Ozzy Osbourne from the Black Sabbath. Heidi Seppala looked like Marilyn Monroe. Katarzyna Kaszowska looked like an Amazon woman in her Black and White make up, like a white Grace Jones. Andrew Syers looked like a posh butler and Peter like a posh French artist. It was a wonderful performance and will definitely tag along to the next one!!


Can't wait.

Heini H

I had an extremely entertaining evening! The concept is very playful and unique. Well worth the money!

M J

Being part of and experiencing Teatime wonder game as an audience is to completely immerse yourself into an experience you never would have imagined. You meet the various characters of the game, share an experience with the other members of the audience and becoming part of a magical world. Suddenly you find yourself being courtied by the courtisan, or served by the butler. You are asked to seek for the hidden treasure, compete and participate in a game without rules. Extra lives suddenly become none in this wonderous game and you cannot loose the feeling of being, like Alice, trapped in wonderland, an experience you do not like to be without. It is brilliant. Go and see it!

M J

Being part of and experiencing Teatime wonder game as an audience is to completely immerse yourself into an experience you never would have imagined. You meet the various characters of the game, share an experience with the other members of the audience and becoming part of a magical world. Suddenly you find yourself being courtied by the courtisan, or served by the butler. You are asked to seek for the hidden treasure, compete and participate in a game without rules. Extra lives suddenly become none in this wonderous game and you cannot loose the feeling of being, like Alice, trapped in wonderland, an experience you do not like to be without. It is brilliant. Go and see it!

Oskar K

I went to one of Tea Time shows without knowing much what's gonna happen. It started slowly and misteriously but after short while it kicked off. Artists were able to surprise and entertain us through out the whole performance- so much laughter in one day! I will certainly do it again, especially that everytime they change and improve the formula of the game. If not for that, I'll return to try my luck in winning the top prize at the end of the game...OK

Duan Juan L

The show was full of fun!!! I didn't expect anything like this before!!! The artist was very engaging with the audience. I would call it a musical show as well as a fun game to play with laugh!! I would recommend everyone to go and check them out!! Adorable people!! Loving it!!!~~~~~ 

Karolina S

I really enjoyed it especially the free massage I got during the show ;)

I though it reminded me more a Mad Hatter party than Jumanji but definitely great fun! Very interactive and arty.

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