An intimate audio experience that played out in public. Theatre meets flash mob with a side-order of commentary on the surveillance state.

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Agent November: The Rainbow Syndicate

The easiest of Agent November’s games, the Rainbow Syndicate combines escape room concepts with an outdoor experience. Expect a short amount of walking around the area local to Euston and a variety of puzzles using the local space.

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Escape from the Room: The Curse of Old Maid Milly

A well thought out room with a good balance of searching and puzzles. A good challenge for beginners and experienced players alike, they offer a small sidequest at the end to allow for faster teams to get more out of the room.

Fire Hazard: Undercover

A brilliantly varied couple of hours wandering round the streets of London pretending to be spies. Fire Hazard, as ever, deliver an excellent urban street game.

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Clockwork Dog: Langstroth's Last Riddle

A short-lived popup in the North of London proves that you can put together an escape room on a limited budget, if you choose a venue carefully and take advantage of it to set the scene. A team to watch out for in the future!

A Door in a Wall: Played to Death

Another installment from the masters of the immersive theatre treasure hunt. A brilliant murder mystery puzzle to solve, some fun puzzles along the trails and great immersive theatre.

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AIEscape: Leo's Path

The first game from a new venue in Bermondsey, Leo’s Path has much to offer in set and story, but the puzzles left me utterly bemused. Definitely not a beginner’s room, but an enthusiast can sit back and enjoy the beautiful concept.