Our Stand-Alone Quest adventures are designed to be great fun and interactive. They will have situations that will puzzle you, make you work together, and maybe mystify you.

We have two types of session. JR & SEASONED

JR sessions: Age 7-12 WITH an adult playing supervisor. Tickets are per household of no more than four people. 

SEASONED sessions 12-Adult. Tickets are per household. No more than two per household.

* We expect all members of the audience to conduct themselves in a polite and respectful manner. Anyone we feel breaks these rules or becomes disruptive, seems intoxicated or unwilling to co-operate with the spirit of the game, will be removed from the event, without a refund.

QUESTS TO CHOOSE FROM

TOWER OF EVIL

NIGHT OF THE BLOOD-WOLF

EVIL OF THE DJINN

TOME OF THE DRAGONS

HOW TO PLAY THE INTERACTIVE ROLE-PLAYING THEATRE

The adventures are set in an alternative 18th Century Folklore Grimm World. You will encounter magic, fae, the living dead, dark forests, dungeons, strange castles and many other wonderful places.

Only 10 spaces per event, so please don't leave it too late. The online adventure is around One and a half to two hours long, really fun and interactive.

 

It's a great place for people to start if you are new the world of Interactive

Role-playing Theatre. All you need is Zoom, a webcam, costume (at least the top half) and a microphone. A virtual background is wonderful if you can get it working.

 

You will have lots of chances to Role-play (act as your character) and interact with each other and the characters you will meet, along your journey.

 

Join our Facebook group to get involved in the Ongoing Quest.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/smlarp

You can play a Wizard, Witch, Rogue, Red-Cap, Huntsman, or something of your own design.

 

"Top Class show"

 

"My boys have not stopped taking about it"

 

"So much fun"

 

"Can't wait to come again"

 

"They were all hooked"

 

"This is so awesome I’m definitely doing it

again"

 

"Fantastic , Mystical and entertaining time had by all"

 

 

What is the World?


The adventures are set in an alternative 18th Century Folklore Grimm World. You will encounter magic, fae, the living dead, dark forests, dungeons, strange castles and many other wonderful places.


How do adventures work?



Your Storymaster will guide, and help everyone get involved who wants to through the quest. You should have a character arranged beforehand with details you have sent to the Storymaster, who can help weave into the narrative.
You can if you wish, drop into the ongoing campaign, but you will get a much more rewarding experience by coming more often.


There is a wonderful ongoing community of players on the Facebook group.
The show will contain, creature masked actors, scenery, filmed locations, puppets, smoke, narrated soundscapes and props. It’s really unique fun!



What age is it suitable for?



This is suitable for all ages. We have sessions for 14 years to adult and separate JR sessions for parents to play alongside their children 7-13 years. Please make sure you book the correct session.

 



If I am doing a kids event, how scary is it?

 



I like to think we are at a level that is intense but not too scary. If you can handle the scary bits of Doctor Who or Harry Potter, you should be ok. If you are bringing children aged between 7-13 years, please think about if your child will enjoy scary creatures and situations. Please contact me if you have any questions.



How involved do we get?



 

As much as you want to. We do insist that you dress in costume, have a character, and stay “in character” during the game.


All through the show, you are all encouraged to work as a team, share information, come up with ideas and volunteer to go through the portal if they want to. Basically, if you don’t want to get involved, you don’t have to but you get more, the more you put in.



Is it good if I have a disability?

 



It’s wonderful! We have many people who have disabilities. You are not limited by movement, as the game is imagination and storytelling