Enter the old underground tunnels of Waterloo and discover hidden terrors in the heart of the capital with this exhilarating Zombie Blitz Experience. You’ll be transported back to 1940’s London – it’s the height of the Blitz and there are strange, mysterious and scary events happening beneath the streets of the city. Do you have what it takes to unravel the mysteries of the vaults and make it out of this nightmare alive!
Upon arrival you will enter the old underground tunnels of Waterloo where you will be transported back to 1940’s London, the height of the Blitz. Your heart will race as you witness strange goings on deep under the streets of the capital - you must use stealth, wit and courage to unlock the mysteries and get out alive! This is the ultimate immersive theatre experience, with WW2 vintage-themed storytelling and realistic zombie-themed scares - you are encouraged to dress in 1940’s costume!
This experience is available at Greater London:
Greater London (London) - Waterloo
Your voucher is valid for 6 months. This package is for one person. This experience is available on Saturdays only – however private group sessions can be arranged with the supplier directly and these are available on weekdays. Minimum age is 12. Please note this event contains flashing lights and loud noises and is not for the faint-hearted. There is no dress-code but you are encouraged to dress in 1940’s costume. Your experience will last approximately 1 hour, but you may be at the venue for up to 1.5 hours. Sessions start every hour throughout the day. Usually the first session is at 1pm, however the supplier does ask that participants arrive at the venue 30 minutes before the session. All dates are subject to availability. This voucher cannot be extended.
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I'm not sure my husband was that impressed when he opened the gift, but the café tent at the entrance with it's second world war pamphlets and memorabilia really got us all in the spirit of the occasion. The main actor leading us through the tunnels was excellent and carried the day. The balance between anticipation and shocks was perfect. Enough to get a few squeals but not to either terrify or lose impact.
08 April 2014