Immerse yourself in Westfield Stratford City’s Hidden House
- Credit: Hannah Stalder
Fairy tales are set to come to life at a new immersive experience at Westfield Stratford City.
The Hidden House, which opens on Thursday will take audiences on a 15 minute journey through an abandoned house.
It blends Grimms’ classic fairy tales with a dark twist, with visitors choosing where to go to uncover the series of events that led to the disappearance of Little Red Riding Hood without being captured by the Big Bad Wolf.
With two experience options, families with children aged eight and over can enjoy it together, while teenagers and adults can take part in the scarier ‘darkest secrets’ version.
Both options are set in a free flow maze using technology to create wind, scent and sound effects.
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Beginning with a short show, actors will help to take participants on a unique experience through a multi-sensory theactrical world.
The Hidden House runs every day until January 4, with the exception of December 25, from 12pm until 10pm.
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It is situated on the first floor of the shopping centre opposite the food court.
Adult tickets (16+) cost £10 for the extreme version and £8 for the standard version, with child tickets at £5, and groups of 12 or more will receive a discount of 12 per cent.
Tickets can be booked at uk.westfield.com/stratfordcity/hidden-house