The Drowned Man Immersive theatre productions are two-a-penny these days, but it was Punchdrunk that kickstarted the phenomenon with its groundbreaking production of Faust in 2006. Its current play, The Drowned Man, has been a critical success, and on May 10 the company is hosting an after-hours party with live bands, DJs, and guest performers. See you there. The Drowned Man, Temple Studios, 31 London Street, Paddington, London, W2 1DJ; Tickets from £25.
Hugo has a great appreciation for art, photography, film, and the cinemas. "The blank white screen reminded Hugo of a band new piece of paper, he loved the wonderful whirring sound from the projector that filled the theater." (pp. 202, Selznick) Towards the end when Hugo moves in to Papa Georges, he starts to keep every ticket stub from each film he went to see with Isabelle at the cinema. (pp. 492, Selznick)