An Online Storytelling Game.
Friday 5th March
Well That Escalated Quickly is a multiplayer interactive storytelling game, designed and facilitated by us, played by you. You don’t need to have any experience of improv or performing to take part, just an internet connection, your imagination and a readiness to jump in and play. We guarantee belly laughs and a friendly, supported space – beyond that, anything could happen!
Your mundane task is suddenly interrupted by an EPIC ADVENTURE.
You need to clean out the garage, but your evil twin keeps getting in the way… and if that wasn’t bad enough an asteroid is on a collision course with earth. Well that escalated quickly…
A host of different scenarios, obstacles and unexpected twists and turns are thrown your way as you work in your team to try to stop things from escalating too quickly.
Improv veteran and seasoned gamesmaster Stephen Clements (Degrees of Error, Tales of Adventure, Steves & Wooster) will guide the story, reacting in the moment to your choices and providing the cast of weird and wonderful characters you meet along the way.
The best part? We’ll do all the work, all you have to do is turn up and play.
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old…we grow old because we stop playing.” -George Bernard Shaw
£20 per player. Maximum 2 players per device and each person must have purchased a ticket.
“It was super fun! Steve was very good at making me feel at ease as I’ve never done improv or role playing games before. Great at getting us to join in…. Would do again and would recommend”
“We few, we happy few, we came together to do a simple job…. but little did we know the awesome, hilarious, and terrifying adventures that awaited us! A brilliant and cinematic couple of hours of interactive storytelling, that feels strangely like a real shared experience. I’m hooked.”
“Enjoyed the welcome and set up. Similar to anticipating someone enter a stage while the voice over welcomed you! [It was] good to get talked through how the task was going to be selected and guidance on our character traits really helped for a novice like me… Honestly laughed SO MUCH my cheeks hurt and immediately wanted to recount exactly what had happened when I left the room”