Need to have a break from the office or conference? Looking for an outdoor team activity that’s competitive but not physically demanding? Then the Final Curtain Call is for you! Feedback from this team activity is always amazing.
We love an Escape Room. And we love Stratford-upon-Avon. So we thought we’d combine the two and design the ‘Final Curtain Call’. We appreciate that not everyone has a bottomless budget for team activities. But that doesn’t stop the desire to treat their colleagues and teams to a clever, fun couple of hours. So with prices as low as £24.95 + VAT per person – this does everything and more!
The lead character in the RSC’s Merchant of Venice has been murdered. Working in small teams (ideally 4 – 7 people), you will need to use your ‘Shylock’ skills to work out who killed the arrogant, whisky loving, womaniser – the famous actor, Patrick Stewtart.
In solving the mystery you’ll discover the great places of Stratfor
d as well as some less famous nooks and crannies and return with some fascinating facts. With some bonus detective points up for grabs, this is a very competitive activity.
Be warned – you will need your wits about you!
And it’s not just about beating your fellow teams.
Can you beat other companies and make it onto our LEADERBOARD??
Still not sure? Read what a few groups have said about our Final Curtain Call.
Just wanted to say an amazing thank you for a wonderful team day! Our objective was that we wanted to have some fun, do something that everyone could be involved with and would enjoy with a competitive edge, and you ticked every box! From start to finish, the afternoon was brilliant – not only did we have fun but we learnt all sorts of things about Stratford-Upon-Avon too. The whole team thoroughly enjoyed it and we finished off the day with a wonderful meal too so thank you for organising it all, being an amazing host and bringing out our competitive spirit!
Brilliant – clever and tests you in every way possible!
‘Everyone really enjoyed the treasure hunt and it was a great way to get out and about around Stratford and some light relief from our conference. We wanted to get people from different offices and levels of seniority working together and to get to know each other and it worked really well for this’.
‘Some of the clues were really challenging! …. excellent fun.’