West 12 Centre Hosts Sherlock: The Game Is Now

Join the great detective's network in escape game based on TV series

Sherlock: The Game Is Now

 

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Do you have the brainpower to join Sherlock Holmes' network and save London from master criminal Moriarty?

The West 12 Centre is hosting Sherlock: The Game Is Now, a 100 minute immersive escape game for teams of four to six people created by the TV series' creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, in collaboration with Time Run, renowned escape room pioneers.

Team members get the chance to play the detective in a brand new Sherlock case featuring original content from the stars of the show including Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and Andrew Scott.

Players meet at Doyle’s Opticians – a clever front for the Network. Here the adventure begins and their skills of observation are tested as part of the Official Sherlock Live Experience.

Entering into the world of Sherlock with immersive sets and environments from the show, their challenge is to work together to solve mysteries and puzzles before time runs out.

The Game Is Now set at West 12 Centre in Shepherd's Bush

Sherlock: The Game is Now is open daily except for Mondays from 10am till 10pm in the West 12 Shopping Centre from 10am till 10pm.

Find out more and book tickets here.

This escape game, along with a second escape game from Adventox and Lost Lagoon, a new immersive nautical adventure set on an underground lake, are part of a growing trend for shopping centres to offer leisure and lifestyle attractions alongside shops and restaurants.

They are launched as Landsec, owner of the West 12 Shopping Centre has revealed radical plans for the site, including demolition of half of the building and closure of the businesses within it, including supermarket Lidl and the Vue cinema.

You can read more about the plans here.

February 14, 2019