‘The Crystal Maze’ to return with ‘live immersive experience’ in London

Crowdfunding campaign for the project will launch on Sunday (June 14)

Cult game show The Crystal Maze looks set to return as a “live immersive experience” in London.

The Channel 4 game show originally ran for 83 episodes between 1990 and 1995, with the first four series hosted by Richard O’Brien, creator of The Rocky Horror Show, and the final two steered by Tenpole Tudor frontman Edward Tudor-Pole.

Now, over 20 years after the final episode aired, a new website has launched announcing “The Crystal Maze – a live immersive experience”. An official Twitter account has also been set up, and tweeted earlier today that a crowdfunding campaign for the project will launch on Sunday (June 14).

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Meanwhile, a Crystal Maze Instagram account has also been set up offering fans a glimpse at concept art for the project. One of the hashtags used in its Instagram posts is “#London”, suggesting the “live immersive experience” will take place in the British capital. However, all further details about the “live immersive experience” are currently unknown.

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