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Grand Union Farringdon, 55 Charterhouse St, London EC1M 6HA
It’s time to up the ante and take a seat at The Underhand Club, where double dealers and bad bets cost Jack Spade his life. Can you call the killer's bluff?
An up-and-coming agent in the world of horse racing has been sent to the knackers in mysterious circumstances! Saddle up your team of sleuths to solve the case.
The Dead Dolls House, Islington
The mysterious and venerable Blight family are gathered for a wedding. Find clues, solve puzzles and charm characters scattered around a rambling townhouse to uncover their secrets before the knot is tied!
Wringer + Mangle Bar, Spitalfields, 94 Middlesex St
Dive into the murky world of Cold War espionage to investigate the mysterious death of an aeronautical inventor. You'll interact with characters, solve puzzles and crack codes to not only solve a murder, but quite possibly save the world too.
A famous composer is murdered at the hands of a musician, but which one? Gather a team of detectives and explore the nearby streets to discover who orchestrated this deadly arrangement.
The Red Herring
A chef has been murdered! Can your team of detectives find the evidence hidden in London's streets?
Choose an allegiance and explore East London to discover the ancient secrets of a perfect stranger.
Take a trip into the world of 1970s horror with our new murder mystery treasure hunt, unravelling this autumn.
An exotic new murder mystery treasure hunt, where you become embroiled in a diplomatic incident
Jack Spade thought he had been dealt all the right cards, but reckless gambling seems to have cost him his life...
Solve puzzles and seek clues around East London to reconcile a pair of rival bands.
A new collection has hit the catwalk, but its celebrated designer lies dead. Who is responsible for this unfortunate fashion victim?
Arthur Geddon thought he could avert an impending apocalypse, but who among the faithful wanted him out of the way?
They say air travel is the safest form of transport...
A night of live, experimental games downstairs at The Book Club.
Judge Andrew Rhee's daughter has been kidnapped. Can you find her before she becomes a victim of mob justice?
Was Luz Morales killed by a deadly pandemic, or another kind of menace?
Tabloid splash Eva After has met an untimely end. Has someone buried more than the ledes?
The V&A Museum
"A mirror: dusty, spotted with age, oddly unreliable. Sometimes it shows the crumbling attic you are standing in. Sometimes there's nothing there at all. Sometimes, you see a reflection of your younger self, in a happy crowd, glowing with success. Once, a shadowy figure stands behind you."
Critic Charles van der Rood has suffered a mysterious art attack.
This highly scientific programme built player's brainpower.
An early treasure hunt that was a clue-packed race to the finish line.
“It’s one of the best days out you could ever have by miles and the A Door In A Wall team are entertaining, fun and have the most diabolical minds for plotting.”
Londonist, 22 October 2012
“The producers have found intriguing locations to hide puzzles and characters...and it doubled up as a raucous performance by a select cast of young actors.”
Quadrapheme.com, 10 May 2014
“I would urge you to get tickets to this event as it’s a very fun and different way to spend an evening with a group of friends in London.”
ONIN London, May 2014
“Four and a half hours flew by in a haze of information, interaction and performance...Surely this is only the natural evolution of the murder mystery party?”
Macs Magazine, June 2014
“A fine idea for a murder mystery with a difference, great for team work and some creative 'outside the box' thinking.”
“Part murder mystery, part treasure hunt, part accidental pub crawl, A Door in a Wall run London adventures with a team of actors poised with clues and drama to entertain as you play detective.”
Buzzfeed, December 2014