Immersive horror experience ‘Survive 免费送分可退现金捕鱼the Nightmare’ confirmed for Manchester, tickets on sale now

Immersive horror experience ‘Survive the Nightmare’ confirmed for Manchester, tickets on sale now

  • Becki Crossley
  • 7 October 2019

Immersive Christmas Horror experience 'Survive the Nightmare' confirmed for Manchester, tickets on sale now

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Trapped in total darkness. You can’t run. You can’t hide. Can you… 手机捕鱼游戏可提现金Survive the Nightmare?

A brand new immersive horror experience is heading to Manchester this Christmas. Survive the Nightmare invites attendees to immerse themselves in a Christmas horror story like no other. The experience runs from Fri 29 Nov–Sun 12 Jan at a secret location in central Manchester. Tickets are on sale now.

Survive the Nightmare follows a young couple, Ali and Simon, as they move into the dilapidated old Victorian house they have inherited. As they attempt to make their new home habitable for the festive period, mysterious things begin to happen. The pair discover that all is not what it seems and sometimes the gifts passed down from loved ones come bearing dark secrets.

The all-new pop-up immersive fright experience is set to submerge those who dare to book tickets into evil darkness. This 20-minute experience is not for the faint-hearted (or under 16s) and comes with the following warning:

Please be advised that Survive the Nightmare is a truly immersive experience happening in real-time featuring extreme scares in total darkness, inside a transformed shipping container. Once the door is locked, there is no escape. This experience is unsuitable for persons under the age of 16 and we advise that anyone of a nervous disposition or with any heart conditions to think before entering.

Survive the Nightmare runs in Manchester from Fri 29 Nov–Sun 12 Jan. Tickets are on sale now.

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Olga Koch: If / Then (4 stars)

  • Lauren McKay
  • 23 August 2019

Olga Koch: If / Then

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Highly engineered and funny set about sexism and science

Olga Koch is Russian, a woman, and a computer scientist, with her show being about all of those things. She explores the inherent misogyny in treating women who, like her, work in typically male fields as something different or something to applaud. This exploration is framed in a two-fold narrative about her first love, as well as the titular if / then concept which is key to computer programming.

If that all sounds a bit serious, it’s not. Koch is a peppy performer and gets a lot of laughs from a full house as she fires off joke after joke. With strong gags and a tight structure, Koch unsurprisingly comes off as very confident as she quips about Michael Bublé, her handsome brother, her ex’s fiancée and more. She regularly cracks up at her own jokes, and there are enough sidebars to add a feeling of spontaneity despite the thoroughly engineered routine.

The ending is the only part of the show that falls flat, as Koch puts her tech skills to use in order to cap things off with big message. It’s overly sentimental which jars compared to the laugh-a-minute hour just gone by. Her use of tech to deliver this message is su特殊奖励捕鱼的现金perfluous: she’s got enough talent that she doesn’t need props as a crutch.

Monkey Barrel, until 25 Aug, 4.30pm, £7 in advance or donations at the venue.