Jeff Wayne’s The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience Tickets

Hallmark Building, London
Booking to 31 March 2024
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Get ready to feel all senses fired as we transport you to another world… when Martians invaded London in 1898 and very nearly won.

The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience is a new, completely unique event where live actors, virtual reality, and sensational 5D effects place you INSIDE the action.

Discover the only place in London where you can experience a real Martian invasion.

This unique mix of live action, multisensory effects and virtual reality bring your Martian adventure to life – all set to Jeff Wayne’s iconic score.

The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience is booking to 31 March 2024 at Hallmark Building in London.

What's the story of The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience?

Your journey begins in The Spirit of Man, a steampunk bar and restaurant on London’s Leadenhall Street… With journalist George Herbert as your guide, you’ll crawl, slide and weave your way through 24 extraordinary scenes, experiencing first hand the fear and destruction of the Martian invasion.

You’re not just watching. It’s happening and you’re part of the story. You’ll visit the Royal Observatory, sneak into a deserted house, escape London by boat and even fly to Mars – all with Jeff Wayne’s multi award-winning musical version of THE WAR OF THE WORLDS as your soundtrack! Don’t miss it, this astonishing multi award-winning experience is only available for a limited time.

Who is in the cast of The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience?

Digital Cast: Tom Brittney (George Herbert), David Burnett (Parson Nathaniel), Carrie Hope Fletcher (Beth), Anna-Marie Wayne (Carrie Herbert).

2022 Cast: Joe Cushley, Olivia Freeman, Sam Garioch, Atlanta Hayward, Hannah Henderson, Emily Hindle, Eddie House, Sean Rees, Douglas Santillo, Michael Stafford-Wells, Mark Yeates.

Who are the creative team of The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience?

The creative team include Jeff Wayne (Composer/producer), Carl Guyenette (Creative Director), Jack Pirie (Director/co-writer), Megan Stewart (Resident Director), Joseph Tanner Paul (Performance Manager), Damien Collier (Executive Producer) and Andrew McGuinness (Founder / Layered Reality).

All content, images and video shown on this website and in are for illustration only. Actual VR may vary. Jeff Wayne’s The War of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience is produced by Layered Reality™ in partnership with Jeff Wayne under licence from Top Drawer Tours Limited.

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Performance dates
Booking to 31 March 2024
Age restrictions
The recommended minimum age is 10yrs. Please note that some scenes are very dark with loud noises, which some children may not enjoy. Children aged 10-15yrs will require parental consent via a waiver prior to admission and must be accompanied by an adult 18+ at all times. Under 18s must vacate the main bar area by 8pm.
Running time
1 hour 50 minutes
Performance days
Evenings: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Matinees: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.

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Performance Days:

Also booking some Wednesdays during peak periods – check for details. 

Venue Information

Hallmark Building, 56 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3A 2DX
Nearest Tube or Train: Aldgate, Aldgate East, Bank , Liverpool Street, Tower Hill, Tower Gateway (Underground), Fenchurch Street (Train)
Nearest Buses: 25, N25 and N550

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Official London Theatre tickets for  The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience at the Hallmark Building, London

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