Jul 312021

Went to see Jeff Wayne’s War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience.

It’s been a long wait due to COVID but we finally got there and have to say it was worth the wait.

It is a good experience even if I did find responding to the actors beyond my comfort level but cannot fault them or the effort they put in.

A technical glitch meant the boat segment didn’t work so we missed a drink in the Red Weed bar to redo it and I’m glad we did. The graphics do look dated by modern computer standards but as it’s fully 360° I can understand why and the aerial scenes at the end truly outstanding.

Apr 102021

Name Born Age Image Ranked
Sophie Ellis Bextor 1979 42 . .
Liz McLarnon 1981 40 . .
Chyler Leigh 1982 39 . .
Mandy Moore 1984 37 . .
AJ Michalka 1991 30 . .
Daisy Ridley 1992 29 . .
Audrey Whitby 1996 25 38

On This Day April Audrey Whitby

Dec 162018

War Of The Worlds

Brighton Centre

16 December 2018

My 4th trip to see the “big” show (I don’t count the mini version in London) and it did not disappoint.

No weeak links this time like Marti Pellows terrible performance and apart from a small wardrobe malfunction with Carrie Hope Fletchers dress it appeared to go okay although the ghost levitation was missing but I read this had not worked on opening night so maybe it was dropped from the show.

Hopefully it will not be the last time I see the show.