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Secret Theatre: Project Mayhem

SEEN does love some immersive theatre, not to say collaborating with her fellow theatre-goers, so last Thursday in a secret East End location she entered the world of Project Mayhem. Secrecy forbids your correspondent from revealing TOO much of the performance but suffice to say as a journalist and thus elected as head of propaganda, we were soon ready to hit the streets, spread the word and plot the downfall of civilisation…

It was all tremendous fun. You’ll get the most out of it if you really commit to being part of it. Once you book, you’ll get a location, a password and if you really go with it, a cracking night out. Characters roam around and give you instructions, enacting their own psychodramas as you watch. Buy the ticket, take the ride. On until 21st August.

Seen this week

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Drawing Under the Influence: Hayden Kays’ DRINK DRAWINGS

Well, this is refreshing – in every sense of the word. SEEN hears that artist Hayden Kays is feeling hung-over ahead of the opening for his first solo exhibition of 2018. The clue is in the title: “Drink Drawings” – a new show at For.Fuk.Sake on March 29th consisting of a series of intoxicating illustrations, …

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Port Cities play the Slaughtered Lamb

Canadian band PORT CITIES are still bathing in the afterglow of November’s Nova Scotia Music Week, where they scooped no less than five awards, including album of the year, digital artist of the year and entertainer of the year. SEEN has certainly been enjoying their beautiful vocals. In light of such accolades then, its only …

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My Furry Lady: the Art of Marion Peck at Dorothy Circus Gallery

SEEN can safely say that there is nowhere quite like Dorothy Circus Gallery in Notting Hill. It is the very antithesis of the white, clinical art gallery that abounds in the capital. From the beautiful yet disquieting pop surrealist art that is the passion of gallery director Alexandra Mazzanti, to the welcoming gallery itself complete …