A new immersive experience opens in London this month where you can indulge your inner child, or just your actual child, in a whimsical world made out of bubbles.

Bubble Planet: An Immersive Experience is a colourful, interactive experience by Fever and Exhibition Hub, the team behind Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience.

It comes to the capital in November following its world premiere in Milan and expansion into Los Angeles and Brussels.

Newham Recorder: Bubble World has 11 interactive rooms to discoverBubble World has 11 interactive rooms to discover (Image: Bubble World)

Opening Friday, November 24, Bubble Planet is a multi-sensory installation made up of 11 themed rooms which use colours, bubbles, lasers and lights, as well as 360-degree projection technology to create a “dream-like” escape from the every day.

There will also be a virtual reality component.

The themed rooms include a Bubble Getaway, where visitors can watch a futuristic robot-led bubble show up close. Visitors can also step inside a giant bubble and to a colourful and distorted world, while in the Bubble Ocean world, they can take a dip into an ocean of living balloons.

Newham Recorder: The immersive experience is by the same team behind Van Gogh: The Immersive ExperienceThe immersive experience is by the same team behind Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience (Image: Bubble Planet)

Watch meditative animations from the comfort of bouncy inflatable clouds in the Cloud Room or get lost in a room full of continuous illusion in the Infinity Room.

There’s also a balloon flight simulator and a huge bubble bath pit.

Tickets start from £14 and are on sale now through feverup.com

Find Bubble Planet at Unit 22 Fulton Road, Wembley.

Want more fun things to do with friends or family that are good, silly fun?

Twist museum is also filled with illusions and immersive experiences and you can find the museum on Oxford Street.

Newham Recorder: The experience opens on Friday, November 24 in WembleyThe experience opens on Friday, November 24 in Wembley (Image: Bubble World)

For a dinner that’s a little bit different, Le Petit Chef at London Cabaret Club is a theatrical evening, brought to you by the world’s smallest chef.

The elaborate meal uses 3D mapping technology to bring the 6cm tall French chef to life in a narrative played out on your dinner table.

The action incorporates the tasting menus five courses, which are “prepared” by the chef. Read the review of the dinner here.