28th Oct - 6th Nov
Here lies the Archive Of Dead Things.
Within this room is all the rotten & forgotten of the world, including a brainless Husk that is yours to command.
WATCH or PLAY, as a team of six take on the playful, sadistic host; The Necrotic Narrator!
Can you discover the secrets of this place before time runs out?
Prove it by entering the sick, gore-filled world of Don’t Play With Dead Things and try to achieve the impossible... win!
Play along in a team of SIX with fiends or strangers.
Together you must control Husk; a mindless corpse re-animated by your presence.
Join the deadstream from home and team up wiht 5 other people to take on the ultimate challenge of Don't Play With Dead Things and unravel the mystery of The Archive.
You opponent? The immortal, immoral and infallible ghoul of your screams: The Necrotic Narrator
It's you VS the Necrotic Narrator, in a game that will test your wits, luck and charm as you attempt to achieve the impossible: WIN!
Remember: No Guts, No Gorey.
If you are not brave enough to face this fearful-frightmare, cower behind your screen and watch, like the sick voyeur you are.
Tune into any performance you like, as each one will be a livescream!
With so much tension you'll bite your nails until they bleed as you watch 6 idiots make countless mistakes as you scream in futility "DON'T DO THAT!"
Of course even with this option there's no guarantee of safety...who knows what the Necrotic Narrator has in store...
Work up the courage to join the show's discord to chat in real time with other audience members as the pants filling terror unfolds.
Players join a team of 6 and take on the playful, sadistic host; The Necrotic Narrator.
Spectators become cowardly voyeurs watching the struggle of their comrades among the living.
This exciting, groundbreaking democratic horror show stitches together theatre and livestream gaming.
Made exclusively for livestream allowing you to enjoy the show from wherever you are.
Welcome to the only place as cruel and unfair as your life.
Created by Jeremy Linnell // Supported by Chapter Arts Centre & Arts Council Wales
Are you some sort of brain dead cretin who can't make decisions for yourself? Then check out some reviews.
BOOK YOUR TICKET NOW
Whether you want to
WATCH or PLAY
You can buy 1x TICKET as a WATCHER
or buy a GROUP TICKET for up to 6x people.
Book your tickets by visiting CHAPTER Arts Website
by clicking the link below...
FAQ / HOW TO
Hey, Jeremy here to answer a few FAQs about Don't Play With Dead Things.
1) DO I NEED SPECIAL EQUIPMENT TO PLAY?
No. The game is played on a custom platform similar to Zoom. If you have used Zoom at all during the last few years you already have all you need. We need to be able to see you and hear you so if your device has a camera and microphone you're all set. We'll send you a link before your booked slot and all you have to do is click it to open it in your web browser. We handle everything else.
2) COOL BUT HOW DO I ACTUALLY PLAY?
The game is about group decisions so you'll play by talking to the other players. Sometimes you'll be asked to arrive at consensus to make a choice but for the majority of the game you'll be giving verbal commands to an actor playing the character of Husk. They'll do whatever you ask them to.
3) GREAT BUT WHAT'S THE FUCKING POINT?
The goal of Don't Play With Dead Things is purposefully obscured. Figuring out the goal is one of the primary challenges you'll face.
4) I DON'T LIKE HORROR
OK, this isn't really a question but I hear you. Don't Play With Dead Things is a comedy horror so the focus is on being fun and entertaining, not necessarily harrowing or upsetting. There's a list of trigger warnings avaliable as well. It's a fun, funny horror experience and shouldn't cause any lingering distress or nightmares.
5) SWEET I LOVE FUN AND HORROR HOW CAN I MAXIMISE THAT?
I totally encourage setting your own atmosphere. Maybe some headphones so you can enjoy the immersive soundtrack, perhaps a little privacy so you won't be interuppted and maybe even some dimmed lights to create the perfect atmosfear at home. Not a full blackout though, it's great if we, and people watching, can see your face!
6) CAN TWO PEOPLE SHARE A SCREEN?
No we require each player to log on through a unique device. One player per screen, this helps manage the experience. Sorry.
7)I'M IN! WHERE DO I GET TICKETS?