Quarantine: Dark Tales of Disease at Sea

Essential information

Event type: 
Date and time: 
5 April | 7.00pm, 7.40pm, 8.20pm, 9pm
12 April | 7.00pm, 7.40pm, 8.20pm, 9pm
19 April | 7.00pm, 7.40pm, 8.20pm, 9pm
Admission: 
Ticketed
Location: 
National Maritime Museum
Season: 
Evenings and Lates
Discount for members and students

Join us after-hours at the National Maritime Museum for an atmospheric storytelling experience from award-winning theatre makers SPECIFIQ

Enter Quarantine...

Explore the Museum after hours and discover the unsettling history of maritime quarantine in this brand new immersive experience.

Feel the tension rise as the quarantine zone closes in around you, witness sinister accounts of plagues and pestilence, and ultimately test your own morals with a real-world quarantine scenario.
 
Audiences are invited to enjoy a free tot of rum before the show begins - for purely medicinal purposes, of course.
 
Limited capacity - book early to avoid missing out!

About the show

  • Ages 18+ 
  • The show lasts for 90 minutes
  • Please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled start time - latecomers will not be permitted
  • You will be on the move during this show. Please wear comfortable shoes

About the creators

 
Quarantine is created exclusively for the National Maritime Museum by immersive theatre specialists SPECIFIQ, in collaboration with Professor Mark Harrison of Oxford University and Royal Museums Greenwich.
 
This event is supported by the Wellcome Trust.
 
Find your way
Located at the National Maritime Museum