Six Must-Book Immersive Experiences

With immersive experiences becoming increasingly popular in London, here’s a guide to some must-book experiences.

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Mamma Mia! The Party, The O2: heading to a specially created venue at The O2, this is the perfect choice for fans of Abba or Mamma Mia the musical. Taking you to the heart of Greece, this experience includes a three course meal as well as an Abba themed disco. It is pretty pricey – but a great idea if you are looking for a special event.

The Grand Expedition, Gingerline: genuinely entertaining with plenty of great and delicious food, combining unique flavours to great effect, take to the sky with Gingerline’s latest experience. Become a taste traveller as you are taken on a culinary journey across the globe, while being entertained and take part in some quirky experiences. Read Love London Love Culture’s review here.

Jewel of the Empire, Funicular Productions, Pedley Street Station: this latest experience from Funicular Productions treads a familiar line to their previous productions but this time with a hint of mystery as a cast of quirky characters and the audience attempt to solve the mystery of the stolen jewel while sampling a delicious menu from MasterChef The Professionals winner Laurence Henry. Catch up with Love London Love Culture’s review here.

Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds Immersive Experience: opening at the Old Metal Exchange on the 31st May, Dotdotdot’s latest experience combines immersive theatre, virtual reality and holograms to bring the story to life in a new way.

The Lost Love Speakeasy, The Lost Estate: transporting audiences back to the 1920’s, this new experience from The Lost Estate takes audiences  from the African American fishing villages of South Carolina to the glittering lights of Broadway.

The Swell Mob, Colab Factory: taking audiences back to the 1840’s, this new production from Flabbergast Theatre is filled with mystery and intrigue as well as gambling and drinking to make for an entertaining 75 minutes. Catch up with Love London Love Culture’s review here.

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