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Journey to the Underworld in a New Immersive Theatre Show

The team behind the sell-out Murder Express returns with a new immersive theatre and dining experience, Journey to the Underworld

Us Londoners have a love-hate relationship with trains, yet flag up a supperclub on a disused tube carriage and we’re all over it…
 
There’ll certainly be no delayed or cancelled services at Pedley Street Station, as the company behind the popular Murder Express immersive theatre and dining experience return with a new show, Journey to the Underworld.

Due to launch on 28 September and run until 7 November, the production, created by Funicular, invites you to sell your soul to experience a dark fairytale where fear, fantasy, danger and lust intertwine in the greatest love story never told.

Board the luxury train carriage at Pedler Street Station in Bethnal Green and enjoy your last meal in paradise as you head for the underworld. Fit for the Prince of Darkness himself, the three-course menu is curated by 2017 MasterChef The Professionals finalist Louisa Ellis, known for her intense and creative flavours.

You’ll join Claude, the shackled conductor, and his lowly assistant Gordy, on a quest for redemption and eternal love, while trying to outwit the Gatekeeper, the Harbinger and the Dark One.

Funicular, co-founded by entrepreneur, actor and scriptwriter Craig Wilkinson and production director Ed Borgnis, specialises in immersive experiences and has brought events and theatre to life all over the world.

Journey to the Underworld runs from 28 September to 7 November 2018 at Pedley Street Station, Arch 63 Pedley Street E1 5BW. Shows run Wednesday to Friday at 6.30pm and 8.30pm, and Saturday to Sunday at 1pm, 3.30pm, 6.30pm and 8.30pm. Tickets start at £53, plus a £2.65 booking fee. To book see Design My Night



 

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