– FAQs –
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Escape?
Escape is a team game ideally for 2-6 people (our Witchcraft & Wizardry game is for up to 10). We lock your team in a room and the goal of the game is to escape within 60 minutes. This is achieved by completing a series of challenges which allow you to unlock the next one and eventually the safe which contains the key for the door.
It is different, challenging and great fun. Perfect for friends, family and co-workers. We can provide for small and large groups and are more than happy to listen to individual requests and accommodate them where we can.
Is there an age restriction?
While there is no restriction on age the puzzles may be too demanding for those under 10. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
I am claustrophobic, can I play?
There is a spare key so you are never really "locked" in. The rooms are quite large but should you feel more comfortable we could leave the room unlocked.
What should we wear when playing?
No special attire is required.
Is there a minimum or maximum team size?
2 as a minimum and 6 as a maximum, however we would recommend teams of 3-5 as these are the optimum numbers for the games and allow everyone to participate.
How much time will we need to play?
We book you in for an hour and half. This allows us to brief you, give you an hour in the room and then speak to you afterwards regarding your experience.
I would like to play with my colleagues as a team building exercise. Is it possible?
Yes, please see our corporate page.
How Much Does it Cost?
The rooms cost £66 apart from Witchcraft and Wizardry which ranges from £84 to £120 for groups of 6-10.
How do I book Escape?
Through our booking page, over the phone or simply come and see us.
Do you have disabled/wheelchair access?
We are situated on 2 floors and only the ground floor level is fully accessible. Games on this level are Contagion, EMCU and Glasgow Classic. We rely on another business in the building for wheelchair access so this is only possible during their opening hours - Monday to Friday 9-5 - unless we can give them 1 week's notice. The best thing to do would be to call and get individual advice since we recognise not all disabilities are the same.