Lamplighters

Presented by Neil Connolly & Rogue Productions

PART THEATRE. PART GAME. PART IMPROV COMEDY.

Neil Connolly, your Spymaster, has lost an agent in the field. There’s a mystery to solve, villains to thwart and secrets to be stolen.

But he can’t do it alone. He needs his spy network. That’s where you come in.

For those who leap from their seat at the chance to be a spy, this mission is for you. For those who want to watch their espionage escapades from a safe distance, we got you covered.

AN INTERACTIVE SPY GAME TO SOME, A HILARIOUS EVENING OF COMEDY FOR OTHERS.

Lamplighters returns after its Award winning Sell out run at Vault 2018 and its Sell out shows and 5* run at Old Red Lion Theatre.

Comedy
22:4508 — 22 Feb
Cage - The Vaults, Leake Street
22:45
£12.00
1hr 00m
12+
GameImprovInteractive
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Dates

Friday 8 February Fri 8 Feb 22:45 Book Now
Friday 22 February Fri 22 Feb 22:45 Book Now

About the company

Neil Connolly & Rogue Productions

Rogue Productions are experts in experiential entertainment, founded by Dean Rodgers - co-creator and co-director the hit immersive experience HEIST and the creative director of The Crystal Maze Live Experience in London and Manchester. They are all about letting audiences play; creating immersive theatre, escape games, and experiential events. Rogue have created award winning immersive entertainment independently, but we’ve also tailored games and experiences for brands such as Capcom, Merlin Entertainments, The Eden Project, and Warner Bros.

Credits

PERFORMED & CO-WRITTEN BY NEIL CONNOLLY

DIRECTED & CO-WRITTEN BY DEAN RODGERS

PRESENTED BY ROGUE PRODUCTIONS

Press & Reviews

Remote Goat ***** "Neil Connolly makes the whole thing seem effortless, but there are a great many minute moving parts here which have been lovingly crafted and fitted together by two of the most brilliant minds working in interactive performance today. Above all, this is a tour-de-force of interactive theatre at it's very best."

The Stage “Fun, interactive thriller... You don’t have to participate, but Connolly’s right, it’s more fun if you do.”