Kingfisher Shopping Centre has opened their second Escape Challenge room – Space Challenge, after playing host to the first ever escape experience for Redditch which opened in June this year.
Domonique Lippett, Marketing Manager at Kingfisher has said: ‘We’re very excited to host Redditch’s first ever escape experience which builds further on the existing leisure offering we have at Kingfisher. It‘s clear from the changing habits of consumers in the UK that leisure, shopping and dining are now closely linked. At Kingfisher, we are continuously looking to improve our guest experience and Escape Challenge is adding a new dimension to the entertainment offering we have in centre.’
Escape hunters are given just one hour to crack codes and complete puzzles in order to escape two rooms: Space Challenge and Tomb Challenge. In Space Challenge, participants are the only surviving crew aboard a malfunctioning spaceship that’s been left in ruins after a collision and required to fix systems and reinitiate the ship’s artificial intelligence system. Tomb Challenge locks challengers deep in an ancient tomb and left to work out an alternative escape route to the exit that has caved in.
Ideal for Christmas parties oras a more unusual team building day, Escape Challenge offers Redditch’s professional consumers an alternative for work events.
Escape Challenge boasts some of the most high tech show control systems in the escape/themed attraction industry which automatically rotates the tasks so that challengers are able to return multiple times, adding a more competitive edge to the activity.
The available discounts* include:
- Corporate bookings / team building with 15 or more participants qualify for a 20% discount
- 20% off Space Challenge for those who have booked Tomb Challenge
- 10% off any time for NHS or Emergency Services staff
*Only one offer can be redeemed at a time. For more information on these discounts, head to the Kingfisher website www.kingfishershopping.co.uk
To make a booking, visit http://ukescapeexperience.co.uk/web/
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