An evening with
Jack the Ripper
Jack the Ripper Interactive invites you to spend an evening
Jack the Ripper
within the dark atmospheric surroundings of the historic 16th century Tudor World museum.
You will be taken back to Whitechapel and the Autumn of Terror in 1888 with its dark alleyways and rookeries. Crime scenes will be recreated and victims lives revealed.
All under the direction of Chief Inspector Abberline himself, you
will be give all the evidence and you will become
the detective for the night!
Please note, this is interactive theatre, with actors bringing the past 'alive'. Much of the recreations take place within an old dark building.
Please feel free to dress up and emmerse yourself in this unique evening! Who do you think 'done the deed?'
The evening includes:
-Recreated crime scenes within the museum-
-A discussion of evidence-
-A list of suspects-
-A light repast-
Times: 7.30pm - 10.30pm
WARNING: Do not attend the interactive events if you are of an uneasy disposition or dismayed by graphic images. There will be blood, there will be gore there will be some scenes that you may not be able to forget! For entertainment purposes only. Some of the evening requires mobility and as the participants go into the old building and examine the crimes scenes, stairs and uneven floors have to be negotiated. Not suitable for under 18s.
Jack the Ripper Interactive is the copyright of Steve Mitchell and the Jack the Ripper evenings are based on an original idea by Steve Mitchell and reproduced with his kind permission.
Steve Mitchell continues to produce Jack the Ripper evenings at the wonderful Tutbury Castle in Burton on Trent.