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Play Dead London A Deadly Dose within the Old Operating Theatre London

It was a dull dreary wet Friday evening and a murder had taken place so an autopsy was required at the Old Operating Theatre, with the investigation on the way with Play Dead London detectives on the case. For one night Daggers Productions gave keen amateur detectives a night of murder to solve within the Old Operating Theatre.

On a complimentary gifted basis I and Bianca we took our souls and minds back to 1879 to try and help solve what happened to Mr Jacob John Canning which was fittingly held at the with the Old Operating Theatre.

Play Dead London and Daggers Production

Play Dead London was created back in April 2018 by Creator and Artistic Director, Emma Crocombe. Emma came up with setting up her own murder mystery productions when she helped fund raise for a murder mystery event within Bangalore for Limited Resources Teacher Training. From there she then set up her own murder mystery company along with her talented friends.

She brings to London numerous murder mysteries all set within unique locations giving the plays a real air and soul to them.

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Reverend Gris murdered at The Unholy Marriage of Slice and Sweetly

Love theatre, murder mysteries and weddings then you’ll love ImmerCity latest production The Unholy Marriage of Slice and Sweetly.

I and Steve were invited by ImmerCity to attend a night full of mystery and crime with the question on everyone’s lips where was the bride and who killed the Reverent?   

ImmerCity

ImmerCity is run by the Artistic Director, Rosanna Mallinson and was set up in 2012.

She creates immersive murder mystery theatre productions within site-specific locations and that are history-specific and let’s the audiences become agents.

With many sell-out performances from Dead Quiet, Silhouette in the Smoke and Death of the King and The Suicide at Vine House they return with a fifth production The Unholy Marriage of Slice and Sweetly.

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Innocent or Guilty – Secret Theatre

Secret Theatre brings back Trial TV but this time it is about a triple homicide. I was invited on a complimentary basis to report about the trial. 

*Warning there are some spoilers throughout my blog so if you want Secret Theatres latest production to remain a secret stop now.*  

Secret Theatre

Secret Theatre provides productions based on movies taking audiences into an immersive world.

Secret Studio Lab have travelled the world with very unique and immersive Secret Theatre Projects that have entertained a global audience with intimate experiences.

Their very first ever performance was in 2008 of Edward Scissorhands within an abandoned factory in New York. From then on they have grown and grown staging many productions all over the world from a courtroom and crime scenes in Town Hall Hotel London, Romeo and Juliet with a twist on an Island in the Docklands in London, Reservoir Dogs in a warehouse and Se7en Deadly Sins and they are just a few of the amazing productions that they have had.

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Poker no more – A Door in a Wall A Dead Man’s Hand

A Door In A Wall returns with their latest game A Dead Man’s Hand which is an immersive murder mystery game.

Who are A Door In A Wall?

A Door in a Wall designs and runs live action games around the streets of London. They combine narrative, puzzles and character interactions to find new ways to engage players and create unique experiences. Continue reading

Horror gortastic – Peacock Theatre: Horror

Shock horror! Horror is the most spine-tingling most intense knife edged horror show that I have ever seen played out at any theatre “Oh yes, there will be blood”.

Jakop Ahlbom’s show is full of dance, mime, acrobatics and magical illusion making this the most truly outstanding but unsettling piece of theatre keeping you the edge of your seat all the time.

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Clues and more clues – Agent November: Murder Mr E

Murder Mr E takes place in a corner of a pub that is taped off as a crime scene.  We were invited to dine with the renowned detective, Mr E. However unfortunately when me and my team from Love Pop Ups London arrive we discover that Mr E has been murdered.  It is then up to me a newly recruited agent and my other newly recruited agents (my team) to find the killer otherwise we might be next and loose our lives.
Agent November and Love Pop Ups London had to solve the crime of Murder Mr E.
Within the closed off crime scene in which we are only allowed into, we had to solve the crime of who Murdered Mr E from the guests he was hosting a party for within 60 minutes.  All around the crime scene in every nook and cranny literally there are many clues to be discovered and be had and many locked boxes to be decoded and unlocked.  Without giving too much away all I have to say is there is a lot of items to be found and a lot of boxes to open so keep your eyes peeled and seriously look everywhere.  Unfortunately me and the blogger community from Love Pop Ups London even though we thought we cracked the case within the 60 minutes we came to the wrong conclusion so alas we drank the wrong drink and all died of poisoning as we did not find the antidote.

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