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    Posted by Jennifer Fletcher February 9, 2013 - 505 views - 0 comments - 0 likes - #sydney interactive theatre  #mobster  #1920s  #groups  #book  #game  #play 

    Fancy yourself a bit of a detective and want a fun, random way to explore Sydney? Well then look no further, as the Sydney Interactive Theatre experience does just that.

     

    Set in the iconic 1920s, the play theme is mobster/ gangster. And for those of you who love the theatre, but have always wanted to get involved - then this is the perfect way, as there is no stage and the actors will respond and interact completely with you!

     

    The mission for the audience, as a group of up to 15, is to solve clues and deliver a message from Circular Quayto The Rocks. Along the way they will meet various characters, and the aim is to not get caught by the mobster actors, who will try to lead them astray!

     

    If you want to take part, then you need to book in advance, as the day before the event you will receive a phone call from an actor, who in character, will ask for you to meet them at a location and time in Sydney the next day.  

     

    The whole experience takes around two hours to complete, and it may take you out of your comfort zone and instead make you use your intuition.

     

    A group of my friends and I dressed in 1920s attire and completed the interactive theatre game a few weeks ago. It was great for team bonding, and we had a brilliant time. Best of all we managed to complete the game, which was fun, and also challenging at times.

     

     

    Tasks included solving clues dotted around the city, watching card tricks, trying to perform simple circus acts, finding keys to open safes and trying to figure out which of the characters to trust.

     

    Food and beverages are included throughout the day, and there is no rigid time limit to complete things.

     

     

    Tickets cost $65 per person. For more information go to http://sydneyinteractivetheatre.com.au

     

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