Immersive theatre exploring the power of the mind

Spectrum IMG_1249_filtered.jpgWhen the mental world infiltrates reality the sheer power of the mind is revealed.

Spectrum, 10-11 August at Cecil Sharp House, explores the dangers of blurring the lines between physical reality and the contorted versions of reality we experience in our minds.

This immersive play with songs and music is an intimate theatrical experience suited to Camden Fringe’s innovative nature.

Spectrum was written by Anna Rose Charleton with input from the cast – Ella Victoria Robb, Corey Bridgeman, Becky Hoyle (pictured), Adam Gass, Joseph Pollard and Anna-rose Charleton – whilst training at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London.

Music is by Edgar Cardoso, James Dibble, Becky Hoyle & Anna Rose Charleton. Spectrum is directed by Stacey O Shea and the choreography is by Christian Valle.

Since then the cast and creative team – from Glasgow, Cumbria, Lancashire and Cardiff – have worked hard to transform this into a full scale fringe production.

Photographs by Shay Rowan. For more details and tickets visit

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