Join me and Roxy on our adventure far out east in Thailand with Experience Travel. This time tomorrow, Roxy and I will be waiting for our taxi to Heathrow. Fast-forward about a day and we’ll be in Phuket, en route to the SALA Phuket Resort & Spa where we shall recover from our long travels in the utmost […]
Join me and Roxy on our adventure far out east in Thailand with Experience Travel. In just over four days, Roxy and I will be checking into what has to be one of the most deluxe hotels in all of south east Asia and I couldn’t think of a more perfect place to kick off our 11 […]
Join me and Roxy on our adventure far out east in Thailand with Experience Travel. February is surely the most miserable month. The excitement of Christmas is over, people up and down the country are breaking their New Year’s resolutions and there’s a good chance that snowy weather will throw the UK’s train services into […]
Shortly after seeing his chilling new double bill at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden, we had the pleasure of catching up with the man who has the most famous smile (and potentially forehead too) in horror. Nicholas Vince talks with The Horror Hothouse‘s Emma Knock about What Monsters Do, working with Clive Barker and what’s coming […]
What Monsters Do and The Puppetry of Flesh director Philip North catches up with The Horror Hothouse‘s Emma Knock about his love of theatre and horror, working with the legendary Cenobite and what’s next for Hidden Basement Productions. Click here to read the interview on The Horror Hothouse.
Back at the beginning of March this year, I visited Copenhagen for the first time. As the final instalment of a three weekend-long succession of city breaks, the past month had already seen me battling hail and gale force winds at the top of the Eiffel Tower and nipping in and out of cafés and […]
Last weekend we had the pleasure of seeing the final night of Nicholas Vince’s new play, What Monsters Do, at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden as part of the London Horror Festival.
Vince, who is perhaps best-known for his role as the Chatterer Cenobite in Clive Barker’s Hellraiser films, worked closely with Hidden Basement Productions in order to bring two stories from his What Monsters Do collection to the stage in a ground-breaking horror double bill.