Best Immersive Theatre Nights in London
The latest trend in theatre in London, is immersive theatre. There's no better way to involve your audience in your production, than to actually involve your audience in your production! We've compiled a list of the best immersive theatre nights in London so check out our recommendations and get your seats booked, before everyone cottons on!
Last updated on 19th April 2018
One of the most unique pieces of immersive theatre in London, this stunning event at The Vaults offers a feast for all the senses. Dine on six courses of exquisite food while this curious and powerful show unfolds before you.
Fusing comedy and immersive theatre with an escape room, get thrust into a criminal underworld, where it’s up to you and your team to solve clues, gather evidence, and crack the case to save this illicit gambling den.
Grab your dearest wench and prepare for an immersive performance evening promising medieval knights, jugglers, contortionists, tumblers and one helluva banquet at this unique London event. The Medieval Banquet harks back to various points between the 12-16th centuries, giving its guests a tongue-in-cheek insight into how the high life used to party.
Sit down and dine with Basil, Sybil and Manuel in this brilliant immersive dinner. Held at Radisson Blu, the night will bring to life the cult TV series with hilarious scenarios and three-course dinners.
Part treasure hunt, part theatrical adventure, Land of Nod is a thought-provoking and immersive piece from the Croydonites Festival of New Theatre. The story is set around a stabbing, though not everything is as it first appears. Developed with the help of Lives not Knives, this play is looking at one of London's biggest crime problems in a fresh and fascinating way.
World peace hangs by a thread and this latest diplomatic incident threatens to turn the Cold War into full blown warfare; join Wringer and Mangle for this brilliant immersive theatre night.
Enjoy a sinister evening of puzzle solving and theatre, as you join master of the supernatural Jack Daw as you try to uncover the mystery of a missing child over 100 years ago. Afterwards you’ll be treated to Victorian High Tea.