It’s the company’s biggest event to date, so anyone who couldn’t get tickets for Boxpark should be on their marks and get set. Expect to spend a day winkling out some clever clues to solve a murder:
Jack Spade thought he had been dealt all the right cards, but reckless gambling seems to have cost him his life. All those who sat around the poker table that night have something to hide; can your team work out who was responsible for his murder? The nearby streets hold the clues and characters that can help you, but you’ll need all your cunning, and a dash of luck, to solve the mystery of Dead Man’s Hand…
The game will run 26 times during May, on Sunday-Wednesday evenings and weekend afternoons, with 50 players able to take part each time.Tickets will go on sale at 10am on Thursday 14 March at WeGotTickets priced at £25 each (plus booking fee). The game will start and end at The Grand Union in Farringdon.
Londonist spent a day last autumn investigating the murder of Arthur Geddon for Apocalypse How and we’re keen to see if we can solve this latest crime.