New immersive venue Labyrinth to open in London with Alice's Adventures Underground


A brand new immersive company will launch a new London venue this November.

Oliver Lansley and James Seager, Creative Directors of Les Enfants Terribles, and internationally renowned producers Hunter Arnold and Gavin Kalin have teamed up on Labyrinth.


A teaser of the new project shares: “Labyrinth will transport you to new, but well-known worlds immersing you through in-depth storytelling, beautifully realised environments, and exciting possibilities through its immersive theatre productions, restaurants, and bars.”

Labyrinth will launch a London venue in Waterloo in November with the return of Olivier-nominated Alice’s Adventures Underground, opening 15 November 2022 and currently booking through to 30 April 2023.

The show was created by Les Enfants Terribles theatre company and originally conceived as a celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s classic novel. It premiered in 2015 at The Vaults and was nominated for the 2016 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment and Family show before returning in 2017 and then transferring to Shanghai for two years in 2018.

It is written by Oliver Lansley and Anthony Spargo and directed by Oliver Lansley and James Seager with design by Sam Wyer.

The new venue will also include a restaurant called The Rosarium and a bar called Underland.

James Seager said: “Labyrinth will operate a world class permanent home to the ever-flourishing immersive genre for the existing and new generation of theatre goers and experience seekers.

“Our content will place audiences at the forefront of every experience that crosses over our shows, our restaurants, and our bars. Labyrinth Waterloo underneath Waterloo Station is just the beginning and we’re very excited about what the global future holds.”

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