You've seen the films, walked the tours and heard the rumours – now, live the experience.
Jack the Ripper's London is a promenade, interactive recreation of a Whitechapel Street, above and beyond conventional theatre. Perfect for adults and children (11+) alike, allow our actors to transport you to the streets of London, 1888. You will follow the story of the last victim, Mary Kelly, and her turbulent relationship with her boyfriend. From market place to music hall, pub to pavement, meet the vigilantes and police, share a drink with the colourful characters of the East End and maybe... just maybe... follow the footsteps of the illusive and infamous Jack the Ripper.
Contained within an original 19th Century archway below the rumble of London Bridge trains, a unique and new arts space with original exposed brickwork and a licensed bar, this labyrinth of tunnels hides a surprise around every corner; immersing the audience members completely in the world of Jack the Ripper's London.
Crow Theatre have designed Jack The Ripper's London around factual events from 1888. More than telling the story of Jack the Ripper, this piece brings our cultural heritage and history to life. We are offering participation opportunities for local school children and have developed appropriate tasks for school trip groups and younger members of the audience. These stimulate learning and encourage them to engage with the set, the cast and the experience as a whole, discovering secrets of the past and completing worksheets to win prizes.
Crow have created a show that crosses generations and will entertain and inform all ages from 11 upwards; an educational tool for schools and youth groups, including National Curriculum subjects to support academic learning, whilst at the same time being fun, engaging and inspiring.
|Thursday||18th October||7:30pm / 9pm|
|Thursday||25th October||7:30pm / 9pm|
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Exit London Bridge Station at Tooley Street exit, turn left and meet outside Number 1 London Bridge (SE1 9BG), at the stone spike, next to Evans Cycles.