Audiences are loving The Roof

Posted: 18/06/14
By: Natalie
Tags: Theatre, London, Performance, David Rosenberg, Frauke Requardt



We have been getting some amazing feedback from the audience (and some very creative responses on tumbr and Instagram too!)

27 June: 7pm and 9.30pm

28 June: 7pm and 9.30pm

Doon Street Car Park
Opposite the National Theatre, London SE1

Roof audiences say:

*visually cinematic with amazing sound*

*Weird, surreal and beautiful. Stunning visuals, sound and music. Go see !*

* still have the songs in my head! Beautiful, thought-provoking and weird - highly recommend!*

*Without doubt the coolest thing I have seen on a stage/carpark!*

*The Roof is smart, funny and technically astonishing. Performers are amazing too. SEE IT*

*Twin Peaks meets Donkey Kong meets the cycle of life. A strange and original hour with @rooftheshow*

*Fantastic night seeing #TheRoof. An immersive live action video game with incredible sound design and choreography*

*A mutant blend of lynchian freakery & live action supermarioesque swirling. Go See Now!*

*Brilliant concept!!*

*Impressive performance last night. Totally absorbed by the audio trickery. A unique experience


  1. Wed Nov 25th 2015 / 15:47pm / Mahmod
    I am a dancer also, my daeuthgr has had JIA since the age of 2, she is now 11 and still struggling with this disease. She has joint stiffness in most of her joints, it has also affected her eyes, which has sadly left her partially sighted! The ever lasting appointments to different departments and non existent communication us felt here too. leaving much of the information delivery, to be done verbally by myself. i agree this disease has to be treated holistically. I would very much love to hear your ongoing story and I admire your strength and courage to keep on dancing, I know just how painful and unpredictable arthritis can be. Keep going xx Nikki xx
  2. Wed Nov 25th 2015 / 19:31pm / Hasan
    I think this is amazing. I've awalys had bad back, shoulders and hips and just assumed because I was hyper mobile that it was all part and parcel. After many X-rays and MRI scans I found I had arthritis in these places. Not a day goes by without me being in pain. I am a dance teacher and some days, I can hardly move. But it is my passion and I push through it. Just wish I could receive more treatment than just being given pain killers! As you probably know, they do nothing!! I've taken on this with positive thinking and no tablets. But every day is a struggle. Any advice to help me would be amazing. Xx
  3. Thu Nov 26th 2015 / 15:45pm / Faraz
    This was the best theater / pemfcrranoe / dance event I've been to this year, and I've been to quite lot in Bristol and London. It's certainly the most novel, striking and transcendent.I'm glad to see a positive review the critics seemed hesitant, and I can agree with some of their criticisms if this is taken on the terms of a pure piece of drama but for me that ignores the total experience the staging affords. Certainly not to be missed.
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    I just returned from a vcaitaon in London and happened across this show by chance. I'd actually been to see the Kabuki at Sadler's Wells and saw the programme for Electric Hotel and bought a ticket on a whim. Turns out it was amazing. I've never seen theater/dance like this before and it made me realize how conservative my theatre going choices are. I hope this will travel to the US. [url=]gbgrmakok[/url] [link=]bnbijwsojx[/link]
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