If you fancy being imprisoned in a room floored with orange faux grass, ceilinged with a projector screen, housing a cow-sized white rabbit with robot eyes for 70mins – read on.
Director Rachel Briscoe has built an interactive digital play-space with the intension of provoking, drawing out leaders and forcing you to collaborate – office team-building day anyone?
Afternoon slots not recommended for those with an aftermath Hendrick’s fuzzy-head, or if you’re not feeling your scintillating and sparkling best. But, after a few sharpeners, in the evening with a couple of chums this could be quite fun.
Ovalhouse, 52-54 Kennington Oval, London SE11 5SW, Tuesday 27th October – Saturday 14th November 2015
Tickets are available priced £12 (£7 concessions) Available from Ovalhouse Box Office and: www.ovalhouse.com – 020 7582 7680.
Invisible treasure finishes on 14th November.
by Thabian Sutherland
I’ve lived in the Old Smoke since 1999 with a career in fashion, fitness and events. I discovered the joys of writing beginning of 2014. Since then I’ve been tapping digits to keys. Subjects include food, theatre, exhibitions, London life and other topics that tickle my taste-buds. Other publications include Timeout, Gay Times and So So Gay Magazine.