After locking their rooms back in March, the Great Escape Game have announced today that they are re-opening their Sheffield Vicar Lane site, on Friday, 18 September.

To celebrate, they are offering their very own twist on the chancellors ‘Escape Out to Help Out’ scheme, which offers all players a discount of £10 off per person on experiences, food and drink.

Following the latest Government guidelines, they have created safe social experiences, through cinematic escape rooms, bottomless brunch and masterclass adventures, that are suitable for all group types and allows teams to reconnect in a secure, controlled setting.

Hannah Duraid, Managing Director from The Great Escape Game, We’re delighted to be relaunching experiences that are adored by many, after such a surreal year! I’m really proud to be part of such a supportive city and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for being understanding, complimenting us on how we’ve made them feel safe and relaxed, and to everyone who has spoken to us with empathy. As small as some of those gestures maybe, we genuinely appreciate it during these times”.

The ‘Escape Out to Help Out’ scheme for ‘Abducted’, ‘The Devil’s Playground’, ‘Submerged’ and ‘Run’ experiences, complete with a freshly cooked pizza and house drink per person will run September 18 – October 18. 

Prices for the scheme are as follows:

Group of 2 – £50.00
Group of 3 – £65.00
Group of 4 – £80.00
Group of 5 – £95.00
Group of 6 – £110.00 

For more information visit www.thegreatescapegame.co.uk