Fuerzabruta

One thing I love about London is that each place is totally different. Half an hour on the Northern line and I found myself in Camdem. Known for it’s whacky hair styles, outrageous dress sense and market atmosphere, it’s a fun and interesting place to wonder around on a Sunday afternoon. However my trip to Camdem had a purpose as myself and a friend had tickets for Fuerzabruta at Camden´s legendary Roundhouse.

A quick burger and a cheeky glass of fizz at The Diner which I last blogged about on Pancake Day but this time was purely for burger cravings and they were satisfied!

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On entering the Roundhouse we dropped our coats into the clock room (highly advised) and made our way to the main room. Having no idea what to expect, there was a sense of anticipation and butterflies. We were plunged into darkness and told a few house rules before the show started. I don’t want to give too much away in case you go and see it but there were some surprises and a lot of special effects.

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The highlight was probably when a pool of water with a see through bottom was lowered to just above our heads and you could watch the actors close up.

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The atmosphere was buzzing and everyone got involved in the end. The actors had so much energy, I don’t know how they kept it up for the whole hour.

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A must see if you are looking for something a little different to your average west end show.

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