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immersive work at its best"
BOOK YOUR TICKETS
To purchase your tickets, select your desired date and time below and then follow the payment instructions. Tickets include access to the Theatre Deli bar before and after the game.
Tickets can be booked as individuals or as a group. Individual tickets may be mixed with other groups dependent on availability.
For larger corporate bookings or parties please contact us.
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HOW IT WORKS
Jury Duty players are invited to join other players at a central London office location to take part in a new form of jury service. Live actors greet them and will assist, but not guide, their deliberations.
Players are presented with physical evidence, sworn statements, and a computer database relating to a fictional crime.
Players interrogate a Defendant several times, and are encouraged to cross-reference with the evidence.
When the time is up, players are asked to vote on their verdict!
Where is Jury Duty?
Jury Duty is performed live at Theatre Deli, 107 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3A 4AF.
How many people can play Jury Duty?
Each game is for 14 people. If you book a group ticket, then the game is yours and you can play with up to 13 friends! If you book individual tickets you will try to crack the case as a team with other fellow Jurors who may have booked the same time slot.
How long does Jury Duty last?
Jury Duty lasts 90 minutes.
Can I play Jury Duty more than once?
Once you have played Jury Duty, you will know what really happened and so we don't recommend playing twice. However, our other shows The Inquest and The Office Christmas Party are available for private bookings.
Are there any age restrictions?
Children under the age of 13 need to be accompanied by an adult over 18. The game involves discussion of murder and arson.
Can we hold private events or larger bookings at Jury Duty?
Of course! For further information regarding larger booking sizes of over 15 please contact us.
Is Jury Duty wheelchair accessible?
Yes - Jury Duty is fully accessible as a game. Please contact us to inform us of any particular access requirements ahead of booking so we can ensure you have the best experience possible. If there is anything we can do to make your visit more comfortable, please let us know.
Do I need to print my ticket?
You do not need to print your ticket, just give your booking name at the door.
What are the terms and conditions of my ticket?
Please refer to the Terms and Conditions section of the design my night website.
Does the bar take cash or card?
The venue bar has the ability to take both cash and card for payments.
Can I purchase a ticket as a gift?
Are there any special effects that I should be aware of?
There are no special effects to be aware of in Jury Duty.
Can I play in a group?
Tickets are purchased individually and all players attending for the same time slot will play together. You will be mixed with other players who have bought tickets for the same show. For an entirely private show, contact us via our website.
How interactive is this?
As it's performed by experienced immersive theatre actors, Jury Duty will respond to how you approach it as players. The facts of the case stay the same, but how you discover them may reflect what you do. At its heart, Jury Duty is a show about talking to a man on trial - you will get the chance to question a real actor playing that character. His fate will be in your hands.
Do I have to participate?
Jury Duty can be played at any level you're comfortable with. There's room for jurors who want to ask lots of questions and dive into the detail, as well as those who'd prefer to sit back and observe. If you wish to attend and simply watch and listen, you are welcome to - though we highly encourage you to use your vote at the end.
Winner of The Offies' OnComm award
One of The Stage's Top 100 Shows of 2023
"All the excitement and thrill of live immersive theatre." ★★★★★ | EVERYTHING THEATRE
"Outstanding, inventive, and remarkably well-crafted." ★★★★★ | BROADWAY WORLD
"Spectacularly innovative." ★★★★★ | THE REVIEWS HUB
"If you're bored of box sets and tired of the tedium this is the perfect antidote." ★★★★ | SOAKED IN DREAMS
"Kept me all the way at the edge of my seat" ★★★★ | LONDON THEATRE REVIEWS
"Was I utterly absorbed? Guilty." | THE NEW YORK TIMES
“A challenging chance to become a sleuth” | THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
"An experience you don't want to be excluded from." | NO PROSCENIUM
Theatre Deli is at 107 Leadenhall St, London EC3A 4AF. This is near Bank, Liverpool Street and Aldgate stations. Bus routes 15, 42, 78, 100, and RV1 also stop nearby.