Hidden City – The Enchanted Mirror

I love the Hidden City trails, these are self-guided trails through different areas of London that are suitable for small groups and are played through text messages. So, after playing The Hunt For The Cheshire Cat as well as Moriarty’s Game, I finally decided to try out The Enchanted Mirror! This one is based around…

Players Bingo

Last night I was invited by Love PopUps London to attend the Players Bingo press night in Camden. Every Saturday and Thursday, Players take over the Mecca Bingo hall in Camden for a modern take on the classic game. With a faster paced, funner game of Bingo, monthly changing pop-up catering, bespoke cocktails, and a…

DNA VR

Last night I was invited to try DNA VR‘s multiplayer experience with Love Popups London. We were provided a 1 hour experience for free, this does not in any way influence the way I post or review a company. Upon arrival we were greeted and had a short introduction of how the games would work,…

Sea Life Lates

Last night, Love Popups London and Merlin Events invited a group of bloggers to attend the Sea Life Lates, a late night adult only event at Sea Life. Once a month from 6.45pm to 10.30pm, attendees get to roam the halls of the aquarium exhibitions in muted lighting and with a quiet, tranquil atmosphere. Included…

The Cloak And Dagger Tour

Sunday night I got to attend The Cloak And Dagger Tour in Southwark, a slightly different history tour and theatre that seeks to highlight the lives of the common people and delves into the gritty parts of history. We gathered at the historically significant and interesting George Inn, a gorgeous and sprawling pub with many…

Archery Fit

I was invited by Love Popups London to attend a taster archery session at Archery Fit in Greenwich in return for a blog post, so I headed down south after work to give this one a go! The waiting area is nice and airy, with lockers for your possessions, a plethora of bean bags to…

Lights, Camera, Action – A Door In A Wall

I was invited by the wonderful Love Popups London to check out a new event organised by A Door In A Wall, whose other events we have had the pleasure of experiencing before. Now, the new concept immersive event Lights, Camera, Action is quite different from the two previous ones I got to review, Dead…

A Door In A Wall – Dead Man’s Hand

I was invited by Love Popups London to come along to A Door In A Wall‘s Dead Man’s Hand immersive murder mystery game. After having played their Horses For Corpses game a while ago, I was excited to try this new one out! Seeing as none of the three people on our team plays poker,…

Hidden City – Moriarty’s Game

Having played The Hund For The Cheshire Cat previously, I had to try out another Hidden City game. We opted for Moriarty’s Game by Hidden City and headed out on a beautiful Saturday afternoon to master this challenge. Hidden City provide self-guided games that work through messages on your phone, no app necessary, and take…

Secret Cinema – Blade Runner

I have a complicated relationship with Secret Cinema. Some of their events are amazingly immersive, others just lack in engagement and entertaiment and don’t warrant the very steep price tag. But as a fan of the original Blade Runner film, I felt I really had to try this one out. As usual with Secret Cinema…

Hidden City – The Hunt For The Cheshire Cat

If you haven’t heard about Hidden City yet, they are a company offering walking trails with a twist, like an interactive scavenger hunt. I chose the Cheshire Cat trail to try out with a team of four adventurers. At the time of booking, it was £23 per person, which seems expensive for an scavenger hunt,…

Cluedupp Manhunt – Covent Garden

A friend recommended Cluedupp Manhunt to me as an outdoor escape room like murder mystery game, so I assembled a small group and we headed out together to solve a murder. This game is played via an app, which is very convenient as you can choose what time to start on the specified day and…