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Threesixty Theatre - CLOSED

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The Dial Walk Kensington Gardens, London W8 4PT England
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crystalfairie wrote a review Sep 2012
London, United Kingdom47 contributions10 helpful votes
I really wasn't sure what to expect. Not at all. I went on a last minute decision, as I wanted to do something that day, but didn't know what. After looking around on the internet, I found that there was a show around 3:30 and decided to go. The first act is a little lagging, but it definitely picks up. The staging is quite clever, and during certain parts of the show, the actors stand in the aisles, as well as interact with the audience. Try to sit in the second row or back, as the stage itself is quite high and you'd be craning your neck back. There are some dark spots, but nothing too bad. I felt a bit badly for the young lady playing Lucy. She was trying to get the audience to participate and they just would not (it was sort of needed in order to move the show along). She did win them over in the end. The bathrooms are outside and technically port a potties, but they are quite fancy and have proper flushing toilets etc. I'm glad I went.
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Date of experience: July 2012
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Kathryn W wrote a review Sep 2012
London5 contributions6 helpful votes
I took my 6 year old daughter to this and although in a couple of places she jumped right out of her seat, she and i both absolutely loved this. Very clever and true to the fabulous book as much as it can be on stage. The lion is brilliantly done and the overall atmosphere was fabulous. Graet music, great cast and a great day out. I'll be going to the 360 shows again next summer if i can.
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Date of experience: August 2012
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MichelinStarFoodie wrote a review Sep 2012
London204 contributions66 helpful votes
Firstly let me say, i enjoyed the play. I grew up watching the BBC adaptations and it was more true to that version than any other. The actors overall were good, there were a few i didnt really connect with, for example i didnt really understand why the actor playing Ginarrbrik was portraying him as igor. Also i never really warmed to Edmond, he was never really a funny character for me, i dont think personally you were ever supposed to like him until he reformed his ways, but he came across quite likeable. I thought the young actor playing Peter was very good, he seemed to shine from the outset and he reminded me alot of Richard Dempsey's portrayal. The play has a rushed feel to it. It seemed to move very fast and lost some of the stories depth. Maybe the pace is catered to a younger audience with a short attention span, because there really is no breathers. The theatre itself is really nice and wasnt what i was expecting at all. I was a little apprehensive about a 360 stage but you never miss any of the action, the stage rotates and the cast spend alot of the time running around in circles to depict running etc, so you're always in the mix. The design and the addition of the screens are a nice addition and add to the show as any backdrop would on a standard stage. The designs are ok - after seeing the lion king everything seems a little mundane. I feel Aslan could have been a little more impressive - even though he had good presence. Overall i went away feeling a little underwhelmed by the whole experience - it was good entertainment and there were some impressive aspects. However as a childhood favorite of mine, maybe i was expecting too much. Definitely worth a watch, but not a show you would find yourself wanting to rewatch.
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Date of experience: September 2012
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tyaya wrote a review Aug 2012
England, United Kingdom71 contributions68 helpful votes
Really very good. You get an excellent view [hence the Threesixty] wherever you sit so no need to buy expensive tickets. Special effects are fabulous and the atmosphere is great as it's quite small and feels a bit more personal. The acting, dancing and acrobats were excellent and the stage with all its trap doors and revolving sections is something else. Loved the Lion and the setting in Kensington Gardens makes it feel even more special. A great show.
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Date of experience: August 2012
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Leo13Family wrote a review Aug 2012
North Yorkshire7 contributions5 helpful votes
We went to see The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. The lion was fantastic, and such amazing skills. The acting, singing and dancing were all very good. The show kept close to the original storyline, and the special effects we amazing. We were sat on the front and the second rows, and we all had a good view of everything. The persormance went smoothly, and the stage rotated perfectly. An amazing time for the whole family!
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Date of experience: August 2012
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