City Quests are shows and games about stories from history
created using the latest in new media innovation.
360 DOME SHOW (2019-2020)
An immersive experience Stoney Jack's Secret London - designed for projection in 360 Dome Theatres. Supported by the Corporation of London's Cultural Mile initiative this is a narrative-driven show about the amazing inventors, artists and characters whose lives contributed to making the City one of the greatest cities in the world.
VIDEO GAMES (2016-17)
Mission 1545 an adventure through the stormy underworld of 16th century London to save an outspoken monk from the Tower of London. The route takes players along the city ramparts and down into the M. C. Escher style themed gate-towers along the way. It is a non-combat game of hiding which takes stealth and intuition to win. Available for iOS, Android, Desktop on Steam & Appstore and is subtitled in 7 languages.
Film/TV Series : PURGATORY
In the wings, sits a haunting little thriller 'Purgatory' by Natasha Seery and Jim V. Hart . The series follows souls returning to the living world at Halloween with unfinished business to attend to and bridges life between the 16th-21st centuries. Stay tuned for news on this one..
Supported by the Corporation of London, Enterprise England, Tate Modern, the Museum of London, the award-winning team behind this progressive and new virtual reality style experience for citizens and tourists will be unmissable family show with it's 3d immersive sound and wraparound panoramic 180 and 360 film designed by Martyn Ware from Human League and Heaven 17, a magic script by legendary Hollywood Screenwriter Jim Hart (a favourite with Spielberg, Scorcese et al) with David Long Engish author and historian. These shows are like 'having Pink Floyd in your back yard' cool vintage film mixed virtual and augmented reality AR MR VR time out art music weekend vibe. In the show you'll visit underground and mainstream attractions including St Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London, St Bartholomew The Great church, Blackfriars, Guildhall crypt, Denis Severs House, livery company Worshipful company of Apothecaries, and more.