Crime Scene Live @ The Natural History Museum
Nov
5
6:30 PM18:30

Crime Scene Live @ The Natural History Museum

A priceless stone has been stolen from the Natural History Museum and a killer is on the loose. It's up to you to gather the evidence, analyse the facts and carry out experiments to bring the criminal to justice.

You and your team of sleuths will explore the Museum and use the science behind crime scene investigation and detective work to establish when, where and how the crimes occurred.

Eliminate the suspects as you piece together how the crimes unfolded. Our forensic experts will be on hand to assist you with your investigation. You'll have the chance to learn about the tiny animals used to determine time of death, analyse fingerprints with real-life police officers or decode blood spatter patterns. Your evidence will be vital in solving the case.

You must come dressed appropriately for the job - as a detective. Due to the nature of some of your detective duties we strongly recommend that you wear trousers and flat shoes.

You will be following one of three trails throughout the evening, each of which examines different aspects of the crime. At the end of the night the pieces of the puzzle will come together to reveal the full picture.

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Crime Scene Live @ The Natural History Museum
Oct
1
6:30 PM18:30

Crime Scene Live @ The Natural History Museum

A priceless stone has been stolen from the Natural History Museum and a killer is on the loose. It's up to you to gather the evidence, analyse the facts and carry out experiments to bring the criminal to justice.

You and your team of sleuths will explore the Museum and use the science behind crime scene investigation and detective work to establish when, where and how the crimes occurred.

Eliminate the suspects as you piece together how the crimes unfolded. Our forensic experts will be on hand to assist you with your investigation. You'll have the chance to learn about the tiny animals used to determine time of death, analyse fingerprints with real-life police officers or decode blood spatter patterns. Your evidence will be vital in solving the case.

You must come dressed appropriately for the job - as a detective. Due to the nature of some of your detective duties we strongly recommend that you wear trousers and flat shoes.

You will be following one of three trails throughout the evening, each of which examines different aspects of the crime. At the end of the night the pieces of the puzzle will come together to reveal the full picture.

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Suitcases at Arts by the Sea, Bournemouth
Sep
30
9:00 AM09:00

Suitcases at Arts by the Sea, Bournemouth

Suitcases brings you the Internet 2.0, ‘the Internet LIVE! A new level of immersion!’ When David makes an innocent joke, the internet takes it and runs with it, making him a viral sensation. But all of this attention is not necessarily a good thing.

A darkly comic show, which confronts our interaction with technology, public shaming and the modern blur between our online and real worlds. Suitcases shines a light on our addiction to technology, mixing Wet Picnic’s trademark humour with a darker story.

Times tbc

Duration: 45 mins

Location tbc

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Crime Scene Live @ The Natural History Museum
Sep
21
6:30 PM18:30

Crime Scene Live @ The Natural History Museum

A priceless stone has been stolen from the Natural History Museum and a killer is on the loose. It's up to you to gather the evidence, analyse the facts and carry out experiments to bring the criminal to justice.

You and your team of sleuths will explore the Museum and use the science behind crime scene investigation and detective work to establish when, where and how the crimes occurred.

Eliminate the suspects as you piece together how the crimes unfolded. Our forensic experts will be on hand to assist you with your investigation. You'll have the chance to learn about the tiny animals used to determine time of death, analyse fingerprints with real-life police officers or decode blood spatter patterns. Your evidence will be vital in solving the case.

You must come dressed appropriately for the job - as a detective. Due to the nature of some of your detective duties we strongly recommend that you wear trousers and flat shoes.

You will be following one of three trails throughout the evening, each of which examines different aspects of the crime. At the end of the night the pieces of the puzzle will come together to reveal the full picture.

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Club Shed at Kidderminster
Aug
18
9:30 AM09:30

Club Shed at Kidderminster

Its time to shed! Let loose with a distilled night on the tiles, a micro experience that will unshackle its audience and give them the chance to dance. Wet Picnic unpick the clubbing experience; Using absurd comedy, personal development techniques and audience interaction we explore connection, self expression, and how to get release and in today's frantic society. It is catharsis, club style!

Club Shed is a small scale installation delivered via headphones, the audience select one of 4 experiences. Each themed on a different night out. The experience takes them through a number of moments and culminates in them being able to let themselves go in a moment of sheer dancing pleasure.


Times tbc
Location tbc

 

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Suitcases at Art in the Park, Leamington
Aug
5
1:00 PM13:00

Suitcases at Art in the Park, Leamington

Suitcases brings you the Internet 2.0, ‘the Internet LIVE! A new level of immersion!’ When David makes an innocent joke, the internet takes it and runs with it, making him a viral sensation. But all of this attention is not necessarily a good thing.

A darkly comic show, which confronts our interaction with technology, public shaming and the modern blur between our online and real worlds. Suitcases shines a light on our addiction to technology, mixing Wet Picnic’s trademark humour with a darker story.

13:00, 15:30

Duration: 45 mins

The Clock Tower

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Suitcases at Doncaster
Jul
28
12:00 PM12:00

Suitcases at Doncaster

Suitcases brings you the Internet 2.0, ‘the Internet LIVE! A new level of immersion!’ When David makes an innocent joke, the internet takes it and runs with it, making him a viral sensation. But all of this attention is not necessarily a good thing.

A darkly comic show, which confronts our interaction with technology, public shaming and the modern blur between our online and real worlds. Suitcases shines a light on our addiction to technology, mixing Wet Picnic’s trademark humour with a darker story.

Street Performance

12.00, 14.30

Duration: 45 mins

Sir Nigel Gresley Square

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Crime Scene Live @ The Natural History Museum
Jul
20
6:30 PM18:30

Crime Scene Live @ The Natural History Museum

A priceless stone has been stolen from the Natural History Museum and a killer is on the loose. It's up to you to gather the evidence, analyse the facts and carry out experiments to bring the criminal to justice.

You and your team of sleuths will explore the Museum and use the science behind crime scene investigation and detective work to establish when, where and how the crimes occurred.

Eliminate the suspects as you piece together how the crimes unfolded. Our forensic experts will be on hand to assist you with your investigation. You'll have the chance to learn about the tiny animals used to determine time of death, analyse fingerprints with real-life police officers or decode blood spatter patterns. Your evidence will be vital in solving the case.

You must come dressed appropriately for the job - as a detective. Due to the nature of some of your detective duties we strongly recommend that you wear trousers and flat shoes.

You will be following one of three trails throughout the evening, each of which examines different aspects of the crime. At the end of the night the pieces of the puzzle will come together to reveal the full picture.

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