Fine dining, drinks and drama as immersive experience ‘The Murdér Express’ returns
Enjoy an evening of immersive theatre along with a four-course meal and cocktails.
With many Londoners starved of theatre and foodie experiences in recent months, why not combine both as the capital’s fabulous immersive production returns in spring 2021. Climb onboard ‘The Murdér Express’, a luxury rail service making its maiden journey from London to the fictional town of Murdér in France. A 19th century train carriage is the setting for an evening of food, drink and drama.
Guests are invited in their ‘bubbles’ up to six to arrive at Pedley Street Station, where they can refresh ahead of their trip at the Seven Sins Bar. As the train chugs into motion, passengers of ‘The Murdér Express’ will be joined by East End Costermong Frank, music hall star Tilley, widow Vera and antique dealer Cliff, as some strange scenes unfold. Visitors can relax in a plush booth as they are served a four-course meal designed by MasterChef 2017 finalist Louisa Ellis.
Funicular Productions, the team behind the experience, have implemented plenty of Covid-19 safety precautions to keep diners and staff feeling comfortable in their surroundings. There are temperature checks, reduced capacity, Perspex screens, sanitiser stations, staff wearing PPE, with guests asked to follow social distancing guidelines. The set menu features a meat, vegetarian or vegan options.
- ‘The Murdér Express’ returns from 21 May 2021 – 27 February 2022. Tickets: From £60. Located at 63 Pedley Street, E1 5FB. Nearest stations: Bethnal Green, Shoreditch High Street or Whitechapel. For more information and tickets, visit Funicular Productions.
NB: This article was originally published in October 2020, but has been updated in spring 2021 to reflect new dates following the latest COVID-19 lockdown.
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Posted on 1 Oct 2020, in Entertainment, Grub, London, Theatre and tagged foodie, immersive theatre. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
Ohgosh this place looks gorgeous! What do you mean it goes to the fictional town of France?? Really curious🧐🥰 Sounds GRAND❤
I believe the windows are screens so you feel like you’re on a moving train during your experience. I think they don’t want to give too much away so you’re surprised 🙂
Whoaa that’s grand! Its definitely getting on my bucket list. I’d die to get on a train that takes me to a fictitious place😍
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