Fox In A Box – Zodiac Killer

Last night we were invited to try out Fox In A Box‘s Zodiac Killer room, courtesy of Love Popups London. Fox In A Box is an escape room franchise company, their London location is in Dalston, just steps from the Overground and really easy to find. They have three different rooms, Zodiac Killer, The Bunker,…

Colab Factory’s The Copycat

On Wednesday I was invited to check out Colab Factory‘s new horror experience, so along with other members of Love Popups London, we headed down to Borough to try The Copycat. Advertised as part immersive theatre, part escape room, we were very curious to see how this one played out. It’s always difficult to write…

Komnata – Droctor Frankenstein

I was invited to play Komnata‘s Doctor Frankenstein room by Love Popups London the other day. The room’s premise is quite simple, the Professor has been trying to create artificial life, but just as he was close to a breakthrough, he has gone missing. We have one hour to unravel the mystery of what happened…

Omescape – Mind Horror

The brilliant Love Pop Ups London has invited me to return to Omescape to try their new VR horror experience. Mind Horror is a team game for 2-6 players and relies completely on VR technology. After having played The Penitentiary and The Joker’s Asylum, I was very eager to try this new experience out as…

Modern Fables

Last night I was treated to another brilliant escape game experience through love popups london, this time we were headed to Modern Fables in South Bermondsey.  Just finding the location of this room is a little adventure in and of itself! I’m sure it’s quite different in the daylight, but arriving at South Bermondsey after dark, I had…

Father Of Lies

Another trip down to the Vaults, this time to see Father of Lies at the Vaults Festival. As I’m a big fan of true crime and mysterious phenomenon reporting, so this one just sounded like the perfect mix of the two. Tom Worsley and Sasha Roberts present a real life case of murder from 1973….

No Escape – Escape The Dentist

I was invited to try No Escape London‘s Escape The Dentist room with Love Popups London, and as someone with a severe dentist phobia, I just had to challenge myself to try it out. This company is located in a tiny room atop a set of tiny staircases above a tattoo shop above an off-license on Oxford…

Hammer House Of Horror – The Soulless Ones

I read about this event in the Guardian, and though their review was very tepid, I had to give it a go. With LovePopupsLondon and JoJoExplora, I entered the vampire infested mansion, recreated in Hoxton Hall. We weren’t sure what to expect but always approach immersive events with an open mind.  All visitors were outfitted in cloaks and only…

Paris Catacombs

While on my trip to Paris, I managed to get into the Catacombs, which I’ve been wanting to do for a while! The catacombs are a set of deep underground tunnels serving as an ossuary to more than six million people’s remains. The tunnels are sparsely lit and a little eerie, but quite safe and…

Horror

When I first heard about Jakop Ahlbom’s Horror presented by Sadlers Wells, I was intrigued. A horror film produced for the stage? Count me in! Horror tells the story of a young woman returning to her family home with two friends to discover what happened to her older sister. The play is eerie and unsettling from the…

The Addams Family

During my trip to Canterbury, I saw a poster advertisement for The Addams Family musical, I immediately researched tour dates and bought tickets for the one-week run in Wimbledon the next day. I just knew this one wasn’t to be missed, I didn’t even know how right I was yet! I am a big fan of the…

Poppa Plock’s Wonky Workshop

After playing Lady Chastity’s Reserve and really enjoying it, we jist had to try out Handmade Mysteries‘ new game, Poppa Plock’s Wonky Workshop. It’s located in the beautiful The Depot pub in north London. We gathered in the pub for a drink and waited for our time slot. A few minutes later, a man dressed as a toy soldier picked…