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A Midnight Visit
 

Part choose-your-own-adventure, part film-set, part performance, part sound-world, part playground and all parts absorbing.

A Midnight Visit is a theatrical, choose-your-own adventure experience unlike anything Sydney has seen before. Using the works and worlds of the macabre master Edgar Allan Poe as inspiration, Sydneysiders are invited into an immersive playground, stretching over 30 rooms across a two-storey warehouse. 

The fantasy world created by A Midnight Visit draws from steam-punk, David Lynch, Stanley Kubrick and contemporary classics like Stranger Things. Designed to last 60 – 90 minutes, there are adult concepts, uneven floor surfaces, small spaces, low-level lighting and adventures to be had.

There are multiple arrival times for the performance ranging from 1:00pm – 9:30pm depending on the day of the week. You are invited to visit the The Raven’s Rest bar both before and after the experience for light snacks and drinks. Visitors will receive hints at what's in store in emails from 'The Undertaker' after booking. As they say, fortune favours the bold!

 

Venue: 655 King Street Newtown, NSW 2044
Dates: Thursday 04 October 2018 – Sunday 09 December 2018
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Rating: You must be aged 15+ to attend the experience
For tickets and information, please visit: http://amidnightvisit.com If you have accessibility requirements please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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