Neville’s Island

What happens when four out-of-condition clueless middle managers are forced on the outdoor awayday from hell? The City Adventurers headed to the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch to find out. Socially distanced The website assured us there would be socially distanced seating throughout the run of this production, so we tapped in our credit card details… More Neville’s Island

Heythrope Park

Heythrop Park is a Grade II listed early 18th-century country house in Oxfordshire and was our base for our stay near the Cotswolds. It was designed by the architect Thomas Archer in the Baroque style for Charles Talbot, 1st Duke of Shrewsbury. Unfortunately, a fire in 1831 destroyed the original interior and the house remained derelict until 1870, when it… More Heythrope Park

Cracker of an escape room re-opens in Tunbridge Wells

Clue Cracker is the first Escape Room in Tunbridge Wells and offers three exceptional games, each lasting 60 minutes. The City Adventurers first played one of the Clue Cracker games when they opened a pop up in Margate in 2016. During the pandemic, we have been playing their fantastic range of online games. Escape from Extinction Island… More Cracker of an escape room re-opens in Tunbridge Wells

Brixton Street Art

Back in the 1980’s graffiti was seen as a problem in some areas, while others saw it as a way of brighten up the area. In Brixton, the council began commissioning street art and the London Mural Preservation Society became charged with maintaining it. Some art was by international street artists, while others was by… More Brixton Street Art

Woburn Abbey

The City Adventurers took a trip to Woburn Abbey before it closed for major refurbishments works. Woburn Abbey and Gardens are closed until 2022. Woburn Abbey was founded in 1145 on the site of the present house. It became the seat of the Russell family in 1547 and of the Dukes of Bedford from 1694. The… More Woburn Abbey

Chedworth Roman Villa

The British countryside is a beautiful place to visit and so a couple of years ago a group of us spent a weekend exploring the Cotswold countryside. We didn’t get to try out the deckchairs that had been strategically placed, but we did get to explore a Roman villa and discover more about what the Romans did in… More Chedworth Roman Villa