London is lockdown. The city has been invaded by zombies. They are deeply infectious. Get bitten and you're undead. Your mission? Survival. Your only hope? The Asylum. The Asylum is a haven for the infected and non-infected alike, but it needs supplies. You will be given a map that will will take you to a checkpoint, where a clue will be revealed as to the whereabouts of the equipment. You must then make it back to the Asylum. The problem is no one can be trusted, which means you are being hunted by everyone from the police to flesh eating monsters.
2.8 Hours Later is an immersive game of survival. Taking the 'video' out of 'video game', this heart pumping thriller puts roleplay onto the streets of Wembley. 2.8 Hours is like an extreme psychological version of tag; every decision you make will have repercussions that could determine you success or failure. Once everyone is back at the Asylum, you will be scanned to detect whether or not you have been infected. Those infected are sent to the treatment room, after which everyone is sent to the zombie party, where to live in harmony once more.
Tickets are between £32-£60 with the choice of signing up as a team or individually. You must be 18 or over to play. The Apocalypse will begin on the 24th April and carry on until the 26th April. There will be a brief respite until the 1st May, when the zombies will be at large again, but they will meet defeat on the 3rd May.