Secret Immersive Experience – 24 Hours Only

By a woman smiling holding a drink in black and white Emily Gray |
4th October 2017

In a city full of immersive experiences, it should be hard to stand out. But not so for In Night’s Darkling Glory, London’s latest experiential adventure, running at a secret Tower Bridge location from October 19-22nd.

Created by an all-star cast including Masterchef Champion Natalie Coleman and set designers behind Gingerline’s Chambers Of Flavour and Alice’s Adventures Underground Wonderland Bar, it’s the Capital’s first immersive event to feature live orchestra. Namely, the Arensky Chamber Orchestra – Britain’s Ensemble of Revolutionaries and masterminds behind the event.

Guest will enter King Mark’s Castle, the gateway to three floors of interactive exploits. There, they’ll feast on a mead-infused hog roast (veggie options available too!) and search for mysterious cocktails, brewed deep in the castle dungeons. For the main event, they’ll cast off across the seas. It’s an adventure that weaves interactive theatre, storytelling, sets and live music from a full orchestra into an retelling of the legend of Tristan and Isolde, the original tale of lovers doomed (move aside Romeo and Juliet…).

Further details aren’t forthcoming. Only the promise of ‘an ancient realm, castles and feasts, music to fire the imagination, and above all, the greatest love story ever told.’

With the group’s pedigree across experiential dining, theatre and music, it’s hard to doubt them. Immersive London, it seems, is about to sound a whole lot better.

Ready to book your tickets?

Unfortunately, tickets for the musically daring are now SOLD OUT. However we’ve managed to get our hands on some, but be quick you can only get them for the next 24 hours only!

Get your tickets here: www.nightsdarklingglory.com

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