“The Golden Age of Hollywood” lasted from the end of the silent era in the late 1920s to the early 1960s. However, its heyday was the 1930’s and 1940’s, as motion-picture admissions started to decline from 1946. That wasn’t going to affect a new group of Hollywood hopefuls. Wannabe producers, directors and actors were transported back in … More Lights, Camera, Action!
It had been a while since we’d played an escape room so when one of the team suggested we try out a new company in East London we jumped at it. A short time later we found ourselves walking down a slope into what looked like a garage. At the end was the entrance to London … More The Prisoner
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Guy Fawkes, from ‘Peeps into the Past’ ? Born in York to Edward and Edith Fawkes, Guy Fawkes was baptised a Protestant at St Michael le Belfry on the 16th April 1570. His father was a proctor of the ecclesiastical courts and advocate of the consistory court of the…