Immersive Theatre

UnCorked Theatre Presents: One Nine Two Seven

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Evans & Peel Detective Agency

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UnCorked Theatre Presents: One Nine Two Seven

Immerse yourself into the New York criminal, underground world of the Roaring '20s

This captivating show will leave you mesmerised, making it an essential night out in London right now." ★★★★★ - What's On London

- What’s On London
Following the critically acclaimed sold out nine-week run of their notoriously popular immersive experience, How To Solve A Problem Like Murder last spring, UnCorked Theatre is giving their hungry fans exactly what they’ve been waiting for: a new way to play. Submerged in a world of music, jazz, sex, and booze, get your hands dirty immersing yourself in the greatest soirée of the century: the Prohibition era of the Roaring '20s. Four of New York City’s most infamous criminals have been invited to Evans & Peel Detective Agency to cut what could be the biggest underground smuggling deal of the decade. Each criminal, a master in their field, has requested an entourage for the evening. Someone who can be their eyes and ears at all times. That, my friend, is you. You're cordially invited for an evening stocked full of illegally delicious liquor, unforgettable characters, and non-stop interactive entertainment. Help each gangster secure their share of the deal, remembering all the while, that criminals don't play fair. Show schedule: - On the hour – The Swindler - 5 minutes past the hour – The Bandit - 10 minutes past the hour – The Executioner - 15 minutes past the hour – The Pirate Your chosen entry time will depend on what criminal you'll be working for, so choose wisely. Over 18s only. Valid ID required. Runtime: approximately 2 hours 30 minutes. Please be prepared to wait 5-10 minutes outside before access to the venue is approved. Due to the unique entrance process, they cannot allow guests into the venue until their scheduled entry time.

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