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  • Punchdrunk takes immersive theatre to Shanghai
  • Punchdrunk takes immersive theatre to Shanghai
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Punchdrunk takes immersive theatre to Shanghai

A decade before Google Cardboard et al began making immersive experiences available to anyone with a smartphone, Punchdrunk was revolutionising theatre with its vast, immersive live events. And now, it's taking its most successful production – Sleep No More – to Shanghai.

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