Interactive theatre company Specifiq bring Ruckus back to London for St Patrick’s Day.

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Taking place on the 26th March, this last late-night event of The Vault Festival invites guests to return to Specifiq’s underground world of Peaky Blinders-style gangsters and rowdy interactive mayhem.

The experience is accompanied by a soundtrack filled with celtic punk, headlined by The Lagan who will perform their unique blend of hard-hitting and melodic dance-til-you-drop tunes as part of the show.

Guests can also expect DJs, walkabout entertainment by London’s finest immersive theatre talent, a den of disrepute and custom cocktails for those who are looking to mark St Patrick’s Day a little bit differently.

For the bold and adventurous, a twisty immersive trail will lead to rival siblings, jealous lovers and irrefutable proof of the luck of the Irish. In this world, the boss doesn’t stay on top for long. Who will be crowned at the end of the night? Dressed in their best ‘gangster-chic’, party-goers are invited to don their flat caps, braces, bobs, furs, and shiny shoes, and head underground for a night of music and madness.

Founded in 2011, Specifiq has produced full-scale productions as well as numerous events, workshops and other entertainments at sites including The National Theatre, National Maritime Museum, Durham’s UNESCO World HeritageSite, the Tower Bridge Engine Rooms and more.

Ruckus will take place as part of The Vaults Festival on the 16th March.