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 victim's lives revealed.
Under the direction of Chief Inspector Abberline himself, you will be given 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 immerse yourself in this unique evening!
Prize for the best dressed of the evening!
The evening includes:
-Recreated crime scenes within the museum-
-A discussion of evidence-
-A list of suspects-
7.30pm until 10.30pm
Friday 30th October
Friday 6th November
Facebook review by Jennifer Leigh
Came for the Jack the Ripper experience. Thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Very interesting, informative and interactive. Loved being transported back in time, walking the cobbles by lantern light and learning more about the terrible crimes of Jack the Ripper and trying to guess his identity.
TripAdviser review by JustKeith
Went to Jack the ripper night at tudor World last night, wow what a night, so very interesting, you are taken into the year 1888 where. You are given full details of all the gruesome and horrlbe deaths of Jack the ripper victims, you have to take part in trying to solve who jack the ripper was. The information the hosts know about the ripper and his victims is astounding. Well worth the entrance fee, tea and coffee provided. So many thanks to tudor World for a great 3 hours of blood and guts.
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.