Archive for the ‘Theatre’ Category

Ah, I’ve mentioned Conspiracy for Good before – the Tim Kring games thingy around London – but I’ve just been swapping emails with The Londoneer, and he reminds me that there’s another event tomorrow, this time in Brick Lane. Once again I’ve scheduled a holiday while all this stuff is going on (I’m off to […]


Accomplice

09Jul10

Would you Adam and Eve it? The night after I blog about Tim Kring’s Conspiracy for Good, I meet a chap called Tom Salamon, who’s also doing a social games/storytelling thing in London. In fact, Tom’s show, Accomplice, has been around for a while. It launched in New York in 2005 and has also had […]


OK, a couple of deep breaths and some very loud techno later, I’m feeling a bit more sanguine. So it might be a good time to drop a quick update of some of the good stuff I’ve been up to in the last couple of weeks. Despite my bitching, there’s plenty going on at the […]


Hide & Seek

20Nov09

Hah! Good stuff happening! I blog randomly about how I’d like to see more social interaction games in London (see last post). And then today someone called Gideon Reeling starts following me on Twitter (don’t know if that’s connected – probably not). His blurb says he’s interested in play, so I google around a bit […]