Join Creston museum for a day of interactive history theatre

Live History is bringing a historical escape room experience to Creston.

Saturday, September 15, 2018, Live History is bringing a historical escape room experience to Creston, a middle stop on a worldwide tour.

Live History, is a Governor General’s Award-nominated international touring theatre company who produces site-specific customizable mysteries around the world.

There are many people milling about the Creston Museum, and you are one of the lucky few who have been granted an audience with the one in charge. But you have been given a task – a challenge – a mystery to solve – and it must be completed before your audience time or you will not enjoy the consequences. Will you have to clean the latrine? Crush the grapes individually? Clean the floor with a single blade of grass? Or will you be rewarded for your hard work? The clock is ticking. The sand is slipping through the hourglass. Lives could be at stake; history could be changed. The whole world rests on your shoulders, and time is running out. Will you be in time?

Go on your own or with a group and be a part of this interactive escape room theatre experience. Book back-to-back time slots and challenge your friends. Expect to spend about an hour and a half at the Museum, completing a challenge and meeting the one in charge. Time slots begin every fifteen minutes throughout the day from 10:00 to 4:00. Suitable for all ages.

$10 per person. Ten people per time slot. Advance booking is recommended: email crestonmuseum@telus.net, or call 250-428-9262.

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