Alex Grundon at the One-on-One festival
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The theatre where every show is a sell-out

If you've ever been annoyed by other coughing, whispering, sweet wrapper-rustling audience members at the theatre, then a new London production could be just the thing for you.

At the One-On-One festival at the Battersea Arts Centre in south London, each piece consists of one performer - and one audience member.

There are over 30 acts to choose from - and as the BBC's Alex Grundon discovered, none of them are quite what a regular theatre-goer might expect.

  • 16 Jul 2010