Looking to immerse yourself in a completely different world? Here’s a few immersive experiences you might want to take part in…

Crooks 1926, Colab Theatre: taking you right into the heart of the criminal underworld in Elephant and Castle, get involved with every decision as one family battle for control. Take part in betting or scheme with a traitor as you decide whether to make an alliance with The West End Boys or Italian Godfather Sabini, throw yourself into the year 1926 as the criminal underworld comes to life.

The Great Gatsby Immersive Experience: stick with the 1920’s as you enter the world of Jay Gatsby and join him at one of his infamous parties. Filled with jazz and champagne, guests are encouraged to put on their dancing shoes as this immersive adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s classic story comes to life.

Jeff Wayne’s The War of the World Immersive Experience: created by Dotdotdot, this immersive experience sees guests travelling back to 1898 with their guide George Hebert as they embark on an adventure based on HG Wells’ The War of the Worlds. Along the way, guests meet a number of colourful characters, while visiting the Royal Observatory, breaking into deserted houses and try to escape London to join the rebellion against the Martian invaders.

Mamma Mia the Party, the O2: for those looking for a bit of fun, head to the O2 to catch this fun and Abba filled party complete with food, drink and music along with a show. Inspired by the music of Abba as well as the musical and films, Mamma Mia the Party is ideal if you are looking to celebrate a special occasion.

The Murder Express, Funicular productions, Pedley Street Station: hop on board and enjoy a sumptuous four course meal while enjoying a show in Funicular’s memorable immersive show.

United Queendom, Kensington Palace: this brand new show from Les Enfants Terribles sees them collaborating with Historic Royal Palaces to present this new show exploring Queen Caroline and her husband’s mistress, Henrietta Howard relationship. Audiences will delve into a world of political intrigue, court games, high drama, scandalous gossip and smiling through gritted teeth – highlighting two different stories in two different journeys. Performances will begin on the 28th February.

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