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The closest thing to being on an episode of Homeland

(Credit: Showtime)

I normally try to visit, taste, or experience the things I write about on stylishmews.

This is one occasion when I am going to put that premise aside and write about something I am planning to do but have not done as yet.

Have you ever heard of ClueQuest? Neither had I until this morning.


You are a spy (Carrie Mathison, for example), locked in a room (cell) with 3-5 of your fellow (CIA) agents. You need to get out of there within an hour. The only options available to you and your colleagues are your wits and a series of clues. Can you hatch an escape plan within an hour?

If this sounds like fun (it does to me), gather a group of friends and or family and book yourself into Plan 52, a “live escape” game . The goal is simple: escape from the room in 60 minutes using only your mind, logic and teamwork, solving all the puzzles and mysteries.

As if a large clock wasn’t enough to keep you on your toes, dramatic music and sound effects will keep your pulse up as you struggle to break out with only seconds to spare.

If you believe in the power of team work and like to exercise your brain and common sense, this stylishmews activity might be the perfect thing to do with 3-5 of your nearest and dearest.

From December 27, ClueQuest will move from Tottenham Hale to Liverpool Street, making access a little easier for all you stylishmewsers.

Bookings can be made by getting in touch with gabs@cluequest.co.uk or by calling 07913243535. They will do their best to get back to you within a couple of hours.

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