Death of the King
A psychologically thrilling immersive mystery awaits you deep under the streets of London, in the basement of an old abandoned rug factory.
In 1983 the era of punk, during a particularly riotous party at his home in the derelict building, Rusty disappeared.
The cryptic vanishing of Rusty was never investigated, even with the ramblings of previous housemate Alex, who claimed his body was buried in Borough. Alex had spent the last 3 decades confined in an asylum, never taken seriously, and died before anyone knew how right he was.
Rusty became a forgotten secret, a lost memory, until now…
33 years since the event, a body has been uncovered. Jack, an ageing rock star and actor has come under suspicion, in order to protect his public image and clear his name he has hired a rather unusual individual to help, whose expertise is "resurrecting" forgotten things.
Jack invites you to become part of the story, bringing you back to that night, the last time Rusty was seen alive.
Unlock secrets, expose lies, and try to seek the truth about what really happened.
This is a murder mystery like no other, and not for the faint of heart, be prepared to learn more about yourself than you thought possible in this fully immersive theatrical performance.
Expect Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll - Minimum age 18.
From the creators of Suicide at Vine House, Alchemical Door, Wyrd, The Three Rings of Cirque Tsuki and more:
***** “ImmerCity are perfectionists.”
***** “The best immersive theatre I’ve seen in a very long time.” –Everything Theatre
****“where modern audience interaction and traditional storytelling meet” –The Stage
7.30pm 18th May - 4th June 2017
Colab Factory 74 Long Lane, London
The Importance of Being Earnest
“In matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity, is the vital thing.”
In the garden of Tymperly's Tea Room in Colchester some very passive aggressive cups of tea are being past around... Oscar Wilde's fabulous comedy of errors follows Algernon and his friend of dubious nomenclature as they navigate the seas of love and marriage.
7.30pm 30th June - 2nd July
Tymperly's Tearoom Colchester