Immersive theatre and dining experience to take audiences “into the underworld”
A new immersive dining and theatre experience called Journey to the Underworld has been announced to take place within a luxury train carriage in London.
The experience, which stars actors Charlie Bond and James Hamer-Morton, will include a three course menu created by MasterChef: The Professionals finalist Louisa Ellis.
Journey to the Underworld, which is described as “the greatest love story never told”, runs from September 28 to November 7 at Arch 33 on Pedley Street.
The immersive experience is produced by Funicular, the company behind the immersive murder mystery experience The Murder Express.
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