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GamesMasters

Whether you’re a hardcore escape game enthusiast or a nervous newbie, our highly trained and, though we say it ourselves, rather eccentric collection of GamesMasters, are here to ensure that your escape game experience is great fun, often surprising and always just the right side of challenging. 

Paul

Paul

Crumpetologist

Raised by wild dogs on the Cavendish site Dr Chapman soon broke from his former pack to specialise in Advanced Long Division and Crumpetology. Other than a slight preference for poodle milk he is believed to be largely unscathed by his feral upbringing.

Ben

Ben

Head Scientist

Good dayings to you all. My name is Professor Gustav Von Bungler, I am Head Scientist at a secret branch of Cavendish Laboratories in a top secret location here at 70 Regent Street, Cambridge CB2 1DP, just opposite Naan and Curry. Oops. Naughty Bungler. Anyway, here at our lab, we are constantly coming up with radical, amazing new inventions. I, myself, have just recently invented a tantalising toaster time machine! The Time travel part of it is not working yet, and the toast keeps burning, but other than that it is a complete success! The rest of my time is spent building rockets to launch at the never-ending onslaught of asteroids which continously hurtle towards us roughly every hour or so. If you are ever in the area, please do drop by and help us launch the rocket, we need your help to save the world! I must go now, as I have invented a new drink, which when you drink it makes all your relatives turn purple and start singing Country and Western music, and I must find a use for it. So farewellings for now!

Michael

Michael

Pharoah Ramses II

The greatest, most powerful and most celebrated in the nineteenth dynasty of ancient Egypt. He may have had his slaves build the pyramids, but he will guide you safely through his Egyptian tomb.

Michael X

Michael X

Agent

Once the KGB’s most fashionable asset, Illyich Karakhanov defected in 1986 and smuggled himself to the Florida Keys, where he worked as a private detective by day and a nightclub synth player by night. He was able to retire three years later after selling a screenplay based on his exploits, which was later dramatically retooled and released as Turner and Hooch. Due to his crippling addiction to home hair frosting, the profits from the film were soon lost and, desperate to make ends meet again, he wandered Europe for the next two decades working as a behind-the-scenes troubleshooter for the rich and powerful before finally settling in Cambridge to pass on his knowledge to the next generation.

Dan

Dan

Dr Hans Ludwig

Found in an abandoned coal cellar as a child in Budapest, clutching a dog-eared book about space. He learnt English on a diet of bad movies and cereal boxes. After spending 15 years doing a 3 year degree he learnt of the coming asteroid from an old fortune teller at the county fair, and dedicated his life to saving the world.

Mary

Mary

Mystic Mary

From being abandoned in a forest as a child, Mystic Mary was forced to live a life of mystery and danger. She read the patterns on leaves, befriended creatures of the night and charted the ways of the stars in an attempt to find her true calling. After stumbling across civilisation, she persued a life in tarot and fortune telling, completing a degree in Mystic Arts at the Institute of Dark Magic, England. Her journey has lead her down an ever-changing path. Now it is possible to find her wandering the rooms of Lockhouse Escape Games, casting spells and causing chaos alongside the Oracle Michael, also an expert in the Mystic Arts. Come in and seek your fortune, if you dare.

Carn

Carn

Xenogeologist

Years of studying xenogeology and extraplanetary ballistics in order to protect the world from potential asteroid collisions has done little to explain to Prof. Carn why he should. Neither has his travels on his gap year, where he lost his brother to a tragic eaten-by-Gods incident, or his experiences as a voluntary PCSO where he was trapped in another dimension. The more he sees of the world the more he's convinced it's not worth saving. Regardless, it's less effort to keep a habit than change, and so he continues to aid top scientists in their heroic mission to save the world from meteor strikes, time and time again. He doesn't have to enjoy it though.

Lewis

Lewis

Master Spy

*psst* Warmest greetings comrades, I hear you are coming for your KGB training. Very well. For the hour, you will be under the gaze of me, Turquoise Platypus, and yes, that is a code name. If you can find the alternative means of escape from our training compound, you will become full members of the finest organisation in the world, following a brief mandatory health and safety in the workplace training course but we won't worry about that for now. Please report to the LockHouse SafeHouse at your designated time. *static*

Matthew

Matthew

Operative

The story of why the Operative retired from field work changes with every telling...he volunteered to oversee the final training of new recruits...disciplinary measures from upper management...the loss of a dear friend. Whatever the reason, it seems like The Operative has taken to their new assignment with enthusiasm. Often thought of as sarcastic and pessimistic, the Operative’s greatest pleasure is seeing others achieve against the odds, in the hope that their futures will be better than the Operative’s shrouded past…

Harry

Harry

Steampunk Dude

Just because he is afraid of Spiders, Snakes, Mummies, Ghosts, Scorpions, Skeletons, Blood, Heights and the Dark doesn’t mean he isn’t the greatest archaeologist/explorer to ever live. The fact he isn’t a good archaeologist/explorer does. But he will try his best to guide you through the tomb.

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