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Immersive Theatre

Immersive, interactive or site-specific theatre are names used to describe shows where the performance engages audience members directly, making them active participants in the piece.

London is bursting with experiences which welcome you into a real-life adventure. Join us to travel down together for weekend shows.

Shows that are currently running, or are due to start soon are below. Please get in touch if you fancy attending any of them.

Viper Squad (we're going on February 26th)

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Money Heist

The Hunt for the Smoking Caterpillar

The House of Irene Adler:

Doctor Who: Time Fracture:

Circus in a Bottle

Tomb Raider:

Secret Cinema presents Bridgerton

The Gunpowder Plot

The Burnt City

Arkham Asylum

The Great Gatsby (we've been to this already)

The War of the Worlds (we've been to this already)

The Perfect Crime (we've been to this already)

The Drop (we've been to this already)


We will the attending Punchdrunk's The Burnt City ( every month from June 2022, and booking the tickets many months in advance to get the best price (£50). Punchdrunk are the masters of immersive theatre, and their shows take place over three hours, roaming around multiple floors of large buildings. Seeing one of their previous shows, The Drowned Man, in 2014 sparked our interest in immersive theatre, and we have travelled to New York City and Shanghai to see their shows. Please get in touch if you wish to join us for what is sure to be an incredible experience.

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Group Articles

The Drop, 6th November 2021

A live show from Swamp Motel, we had to escape from an elevator, then a room, then go outside to meet a contact, before finishing in a hotel room. Essentially an escape room with a twist, it was very enjoyable, fast-paced and tense.


55 Aldgate High Street London EC3N 1AL
United Kingdom

Echoes, 6th November 2021

We visited the latest spooky-themed Halloween show from Colab Theatre, where we worked with a priest and her assistant to investigate a haunting, resulting in an exorcism.


Colab House, 55 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU
United Kingdom

Crisis, What Crisis?, 21st August 2021

We had done this show before, two years ago, but it's so good that we decided to go again for its brief revival.

It was very enjoyable. Highlights were making decisions which resulted in the UK joining the Soviet Bloc, which provoked an attempted military coup to overthrow the government, a very unusual ending to the show.


New Diorama Theatre, London NW1 3BF
United Kingdom

The Perfect Crime, 8th August 2021

For our first event, we formed a team of 5 to steal a painting from a high-security vault, which was great fun.


Theatre Deli, 2 Finsbury Ave, London EC2M 2PF
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Andy Smith

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Group Events

Sat, 09/07/2022 - 1:30pm
Sat, 06/08/2022 - 1:40pm
Sat, 13/08/2022 - 1:40pm

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