Jeff Wayne’s The War of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience
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A unique mix of live action, multisensory effects and virtual reality - all set to Jeff Wayne’s iconic score.
Make lasting memories with friends and family as you journey through 24 interactive scenes where 12 live actors, state-of-the-art virtual reality and sensational 5D effects create a breath-taking experience - all with Jeff Wayne's multi-award double album of The War of the Worlds as your soundtrack.
Come face to face with a 300 foot Martian Fighting Machines, sneak into a deserted Victorian house, sail out to sea and witness the battle between the Martians and HMS Thunder Child, and fly to Mars in a hot air balloon. Experience a world beyond your own, and get ready to discover your greatest adventure yet.
Digital cast includes Tom Brittney (Grantchester, ITV) as The Journalist, George Herbert with Anna-Marie Wayne (The War of the Worlds Alive on Stage!) as his fiance Carrie. West End’s Carrie Hope Fletcher portrays Beth and David Burnett (Victoria, ITV) is Parson Nathaniel.
Your experience will last 1hr and 50 minutes including a 20 minute interval in the Red Weed Bar. On arrival at the venue you'll enter our steampunk themed The Spirit of Man Bar and Restaurant and sit under the tentacles of a giant green-eyed, smoke shooting Martian Fighting Machine. Here, you can grab a bite to eat or enjoy Martian themed cocktails before and after your experience.
Your experience will last for around 1 hour 50 mins, including a 20 minute intermission in the Red Weed Bar. We also have our very own steampunk themed bar - The Spirit of Man, where you can enjoy drinks and delicious meals before and after your experience.
Good To Know
Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled start time. This is to ensure you have enough time to check-in and store any personal belongings before entering the experience. We recommend arriving earlier to enjoy The Spirit of Man bar. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate latecomers.
56 Leadenhall Street, EC3A 2BJ
Additional Details & FAQ
This immersive experience includes multiple effects which may include total darkness, uneven surfaces, air blasts, strobe lighting, latex, narrow tunnels, sudden loud noises, live actors, fog, scent, a slide and tight spaces, which require you to bend down while walking or crawling.
For safety reasons, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart conditions, asthma, back or neck conditions, epilepsy, or any type of medical condition affecting the senses of smell, vision, or hearing.
The experience is not fully wheelchair accessible but we will be holding regular wheelchair accessible events. Please email email@example.com to register your interest for one of these accessible events.
Food and Drink: On arrival at the venue you'll enter our steampunk themed The Spirit of Man Bar and Restaurant and sit under the tentacles of a giant green-eyed, smoke shooting Martian Fighting Machine. Here, you can grab a bite to eat or enjoy Martian themed cocktails before and after your experience.
Suitable For Children
The recommended minimum age is 10yrs. Please note that some scenes are very dark with loud noises, which some children may not enjoy. Children aged 10-15yrs will require written parental consent prior to admission and must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Under 18s must vacate the main bar area by 8pm.
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56 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3A 2BJ
Oct 25, 2022
We had a great time. Actors were engaging, VR was brilliant, if not a little queezy at times, the special effects were good. A truly immersive experience
Oct 21, 2022
Very realistic effects, fabulous character actors. Unfortunately our son may "suffer from a nervous disposition" and we had to leave part way through. The staff were very efficient and considerate in removing us
Sep 8, 2022
Thoroughly enjoyed the experience and well worth the money that we paid. The actors were fanatstic. The reason I have marked it down is that I didn't feel that the VR part of it was as good as it potentially could be, especially with technology as it currently is. If this can be improved then it would be a 5+!