dotdotdot production of Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds

Love Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds?
Love immersive theatre?
Love virtual reality?
Love holograms?
Then you’ll love dotdotdot musical production of Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds

Travel back in time to HG Wells Victoria England and be part of the martians invasion of 1898.

Watch as Tom Brittney, Anna-Marie Wayne and Carrie Hope Fletcher fight the martians.

Adventurers will walk through a VR experience like no other for 110 minute of pure adventure which covers 22,000 square feet of immersivness from adventuring through common Victorian London to taking to the high seas.

Question is will you be brave enough to take on the martians.

Book your War of the Worlds experience via clicking here.

Thanks to dotdotdot for letting me and some other members of the community of Love Pop Ups London come down to help take on the martians.  Get all our blog links from the comments section below.

Discover more and read our write ups.

War of the Worlds

“The acting from the pre recorded virtual reality characters and real live actors were all played out very well and really did immerse us all into the world of The War of the Worlds.  I loved the way that some of us also were given tasks from bandaging us a ruined solider to being a look out person.

Joanne of Love Pop Ups London blog post

“I really love War of the Worlds, from the shocking radio drama history, to the films, and most recently, the stage show. I went a few months ago to that and was totally blown away. I didn’t know what to expect from it, but the music was top notch as was the acting and the stage design.”

Steve blog post

“I had a great time at War of The Worlds London, I loved adventuring through the different locations, my favourite part was the hot air balloon, it really felt like we were soaring through the sky.”

Jess blog post

“Expect a mixture of practical effects, live actors, VR and lots more to bring it to life.”

Kariss blog post

“Our first trip down memory lane was a visit to the Royal Observatory where we were met by a whacky professor, keen to show us the constellations.  We each received our own telescopes and as we looked up into the night sky, we noticed something very odd going on at Mars.”

Ashley blog post

“Fab immersive experience.”


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