Your mission, if you chose to accept it, is to crack the code!
Someone has gone missing but have they left messages behind? Hidden in books, written on index cards, scribbled on the back of an old photograph; there is a mystery waiting to be solved.
Played out in an atmospheric library setting, your task is to piece the story together using all the clues you can find, but don’t get caught by the security guard!
The Hidden is a dramatic interactive experience for small groups of secondary school pupils. The participants will work as a team to make sense of clues and come up with their own theory to solve the mystery.
An exciting new work by Visible Fictions, more information can be found here.
Director Leon Chambers’ Above The Clouds screens this month and features Brennan Artist Ian Bustard. On her 18th birthday, headstrong and artistic Charlie makes a startling discovery. The man married to her…Read More
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