Crow Theatre are bringing a frightening new live theatre experience to London from today, ‘Jack The Ripper’s London‘.
A tour guide will meet participants, who will then be led to a location somewhere beneath London Bridge station. Passing through an unassuming door, visitors will find themselves in a recreation of 19th century Whitechapel where they will be able to browse the Victorian market, try an ‘opium tea’ or a pint of ale. Before you’ve lingered too long, however, a cry will go up that another of Jack’s victims has been found – a chase will ensue leading to a gruesome discovery with lots and lots of frights along the way.
Performances of ‘Jack The Ripper’s London’ will take place at 12pm, 3pm and 8pm and you can find tickets online here. Although they’re being very cagey about the details, I suspect that this is going to be similar in style to the events that used to be run by Tom Spindler. If that’s the case, expect to have one of the most viscerally terrifying experiences of your life – I can’t wait to go!