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Posted on: January 20th, 2016, 1:22pm Quote Report to Moderator
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Monroe and Associates is a fully immersive interactive theatrical live action roleplaying experience. It's thoroughly enjoyable, well presented and exciting. You are briefed, enter the caravan, and from then on you're in the world of Monroe and Associates, your only contact with the world outside the caravan the telephone, and various characters who may turn up to knock on your door.

There are puzzles to solve, and decisions to make. The sound and the lighting are controlled by the supporting performer and the whole thing is just great fun. If you've ever wanted to be Travis McGee, Spencer for Hire, Sam Spade or even wanted to leaf through the  Rockford Files or at least his caravan, this would be your chance. Or it would be if it wasn't as usual, sold out, and rightfully so.

I can't tell you anything about the plotline without spoiling it for you, but rest assured, you will make your own entertainment, and you will get your money's worth. You have amnesia, a hat and the key to a caravan. They tell you you're Frankie Monroe. 

This is one of the most well thought out and crafted entertainments I've ever seen.

10/10 outstanding and spending a busy day at the office of The Middleman on the Sid & Nancy scale.
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