Experience the dark side of Wonderland at Camp & Furnace this Halloween
6 years ago
Think you know the Alice in Wonderland tale? Think again, as you follow the White Rabbit into a nightmare killer hunt this Halloween.
A young girl called Alice has been brutally attacked and kidnapped from her Liverpool home and its up to you to find her. DBY Interactive Theatre invites you into the Blade Factory (above Camp & Furnace) this October to experience a new breed of scare attraction that is more twisted, jumpy and downright terrifying than you could ever imagine.
Wonderland tells the story of a missing young woman, Alice, who has been kidnapped by a gruesome serial killer hell-bent on creating his own depraved, macabre version of Lewis Carrolls masterpiece. The tale follows on from a spate of murders in the 1980’s when four young, blonde women were butchered by Henry Francis Graham, The Mad Hatter. Still imprisoned, the police think a copycat killer is now continuing the tale.
Part walk through horror event, part game, you get to play detective and try to survive Wonderland while searching for Alice. Look for clues both at the live event and in terrifying 360 degree videos, where you will experience a scene through the eyes of both killer and victim! And if all that wasn’t enough, you can also enter a competition to win £250 too.
The enquiry into Alice’s disappearance opens on 29th October and is set to run until 3rd November, but don’t be late….the clock is ticking!
Here’s 6 things you need to know about Wonderland at Camp & Furnace…..
1 – The Experience
The show will last approx 45-50 minutes, it take place in very dark/dimly lit areas that some may at times feel to be claustrophobic. It is a promenade event so visitors will walk from scene to scene and there are also stairs so access may be limited to some. (No wheelchair access). The event is not suitable for children under 13, under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. No costumes please!
2 – Down the Rabbit Hole
Once inside Wonderland you will be confronted by the bizarre and grotesque followers of the Mad Hatter, each one assuming the identity of one of Lewis Carrolls famous creations, but with a bloody twist!
3 – Be Prepared
The Wonderland scare attraction is played out in the dark. It’s wise to ensure you wear comfortable clothing, flat shoes and be prepared to tackle stairs and crawl through tight spaces with limited light.
4 – Win Some, Lose Some
Managing to outwit the Mad Hatter Killer might not be your greatest achievement of the night as DBY Interactive is also offering you the chance to win £250. Click here to find out more.
5 – Crime Scene Preview
Not for the faint of heart, you can watch footage from the night Alice was attacked and kidnapped, plus all the action from the crime scene ahead of the Wonderland experience. look out for clues and keep your wits about you, you’re going to need all the help you can get.
To take on the hunt for the killer and save Alice, head to www.facebook.com/DBYinteractiv