'A Dark Room' by The Trickery | A cabaret

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The Trickery is back with a whole new season of shows.  On 1st December at 7.30pm, the doors of Underdog (Union Street) will open to anyone willing to participate in “The Dark Room” 

 

The cabaret show is one of a kind, as it’s the world's only live-action text-based adventure game, and no two shows are the same. 

 

The Trickery is a choose-your-own-adventure game and the rules are simple: the options will appear on the screen, the audience calls out the option they want, you're either right or dead and, there are terrible prizes for everyone! 

 

'The Dark Room' in an anarchic comedy game show, fusing retro gaming, improvisation and sadism into an event you won't want to miss.  The production has had over 4 million YouTube hits, 4.5-star reviews on Trip Advisor, and, has won awards at both the Brighton and Edinburgh Festivals. 

 

What option will you choose when you awake to find yourself in a Dark Room? 

  

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