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We like to make immersive and interactive experiences.

These experiences could be anywhere but they are always somewhere – a built set or an ancient building – and they engage with you, as the participant, in a physical, playful and poetic way; you will not leave in quite the same state as you arrived.

It’s hard to describe what they do. But it’s amazing.” – Clint Beharry, Director of Design, Harmony Institute, New York

We do not have anything permanently installed – if you are curious to see a show or want one to arrive in your town, then send us an email.

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Make Noise

Make Noise is a playful interactive VR experience about what it means to speak out against injustice. Using the voices of the original Suffragettes and also your voice.

Created with BBC VR Hub
Official Selection for Venice Biennale Film Festival 2018 for VR


The Collider

We are currently prototyping a theatrical experience about why humans need each other. Supported by Creative XR and  the National Theatre Immersive Story Studio. The Colllider takes two participants on a strange  journey through a built set, to explore how and why we rely on other people – through necessity or desire?

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Universal Motherhood

  An immersive photographic and video exhibition created by Anagram for Save The Children and GSK Follow the course of five women across the globe, as they navigate the final stages of pregnancy, endure labour and give birth in this striking immersive exhibition. World famous photographers Carlota Guerrero, Bieke Depoorter, Diana Markosian, Dana Popa and Sian Davey […]

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Nowville: A city we can believe in

Nowville is an evolving interactive paper city. Installed in the Arcade of Bush House, over two months anyone can become a  citizen and decide on all aspects of its running – from whether we use money, to if prisons should exist. Would we make a better world than this one if we had complete control?   



A ritual for our times. Through your phone the voice of another world is channelled. Obey it and it will set you free. An experience for hundreds of people at a time. Collaboration with The Smartphone Orchestra, premiered at IDFA DocLab 2017

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I Swear To Tell The Truth

Who do you believe is telling the truth, and why do you believe them? If Vietnam was the first live conflict on television, Syria is the first on YouTube. An immersive experience commissioned by Imperial War Museums.


Only Lean On That Which Resists

The Order of Balance is the greatest public service that the world has never heard of.

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Palace of the Machines

A one night only celebration of the limits of flesh and the wonders of metal.



Step into a shadowy world of state surveillance, where messages and phone calls lead you around one of our most notorious prisons; this is your induction into the art of covert investigation.


Door Into The Dark

Winner of Tribeca Film Festival Storyscapes award for best interactive work, 2015. Door Into The Dark is an immersive documentary experience about what it means to be lost.


Teleportation Tent

The Teleportation Tent is an immersive story den for children. One part DIY game of building, one part imaginative flight of technological fancy; this small self-built teepee comes to life with interactive 360 projections that flood the inside walls.


Now is the Time To Say Nothing

You are the viewer and the protagonist in a series of real and non-real encounters acted out between Syria and London, your armchair and a TV set. An immersive documentary experience installed at the Young Vic Theatre in July 2014 Directed by Caroline Williams with the Young Vic Taking Part company. With assistance from Anagram. […]


The Arctic 30

In the words of Sini, Frank, Dima, Camila, Colin and Faiza, this is the story of the Arctic 30. Commissioned by Greenpeace.


The Third Thing

A site-specific documentary following the performance of a pilgrimage.

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Avian Avenue

The people have all moved out, others have moved in

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Finding Frank

A solo documentary musical with live-drawn inks and shadow puppet animation.