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What's OnIt's Time to Enter The Crystal Maze Live

Opening soon in the heart of London, it's The Crystal Maze Live experience!
  • Dates 29/03/2019 - 29/03/2019
  • Location 22-32 Shaftesbury Ave, W1D 7EU
  • Price £££
Are you ready to welcome The Crystal Maze Experience?Officially opening it’s doors on Friday 29th March, the brand new attraction is coming to the famous Trocadero entertainment complex in Piccadilly Circus, seconds away from Leicester Square.The fun starts as soon as you walk in. Set over five floors within the Grade II listed building, it will include 32 mind-bending games inspired by the original cult 90’s TV series.Relive those cherished moments, and not just in front of your TV. Now, experience it for yourself.Teams of up to eight can make their way around the course with the help of a trusted guide, one of the 100 Maze Masters!That’s right. You get your very own Maze Master. Played by Richard O’Brien in the original series, and later by Richard Ayoade in the recent remake.So round up your friends, family or co-workers for a fun filled experience like no other in the West End.Test your team work, knowledge, and skillsTest your skills as you compete to complete the challenges within a set time.Just like the original, complete a challenge within the time and you’ll win a crystal! Fail and you’ll be stuck in the game, only released by your team for-fitting a crystal.Each crystal gives you more time in the dome where you’ll need to pocket as much money as you can to boost your teams score on the leaderboard.The excitement doesn’t have to stop when your game ends. After all you are in London’s entertainment epic-centre!You might be feeling a little peckish after all that hard work, so why not stop by one of the local restaurants. And, make a night of it with a drink at one of Leicester Square’s hot spots.

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