Uh oh, there’s been a murder! We’re calling all sleuths, puzzle solvers and detectives to investigate the horrific death – fake blood and all – of Don Gowin, the famous 1970s horror film star who has been mindlessly killed in London Bridge after he revealed the secrets from one monstrous day in his recently released autobiography. Okay, that might be a bit over-dramatic. Everyone’s safe, don’t worry, but live interactive games company, A Door In a Wall, is bringing their latest instalment of murder mystery to the streets of London Bridge and Bermondsey Street from October 3-November 2 and tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Piece together the evidence and discover the guilty party as you wander the streets following clues, solve puzzles and meet some interesting characters that will, hopefully, lead you in the direction and crown you the winner of this crazily successful game. Ready to don that thinking cap and punish the person who murdered your favourite (fake) actor? Then get into groups of three-six people, grab those comfy shoes (trust us, you’ll be walking a lot) and book your tickets to avoid missing out. The last sold-out event saw 2,400 players so go on, have a stab at solving this horrible crime and have a giggle while you’re at it.
Tickets are £30 per person. For more info and to book your spot, see adoorinawall.com.