2 Finsbury Ave, London EC2M 2PF
Up to 6 players
In 1990, Rembrandt’s The Storm on the Sea of Galilee and Vermeer’s The Concert were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. They have remained missing to this day. With the FBI offering a reward of $1 million, and an estimated black market value of $100 million they are the most valuable stolen paintings in the world.And we know where they are.
Meet your contact at Theatre Deli to find out more...
Break into the storehouse of a veteran thief, and evade their security.
All you have to do is meet us at their hideaway and overcome their extensive security systems. You’ll have to trick high tech locks, crack safes, crawl through their laser matrix and disable alarms to finally get your hands on the most valuable missing piece of art in the world!
Will you claim the FBI reward? Or chance your arm on the Black Market?
You have a window of 60 minutes. Synchronise watches now.
Complete the most memorable theft known to man. Question is: Will you get caught?
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During a long lockdown of me sitting at home in my pyjamas watching heist documentaries (such as This is a Robbery – which The Perfect Crime is a loosely based sequel to), Rogue Immersive have been hard at work planning a heist of their own. What they’ve launched this summer is an experience that puts you, the player, at the centre of your very own art heist.
Overall, The Perfect Crime is one of London’s hottest and most epic experiences you can do this year! Having security systems like the CCTV cameras, lasers and sensor flooring really created the realistic experience. Although it felt difficult for just 2 players, and the security guards added additional pressure throughout the game, the guidance from Control really assisted with pushing you through the game without spoiling the experience. The whole time you are there, it feels genuine and realistic.