Round Table: International Waters

Date(s) - 16/05/2020
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm


Pay What You Can Online Performance

A special Pay What You Can performance of Live History’s Round Table: International Waters.

Book your tickets for passage HERE!

RMS Carpathia Departing May 16th, May 23rd and May 24th.
April 14th: 1912. Somewhere between New York and Fiume, Austria-Hungary.
A friendship broken. A pivotal moment in history. Step aboard!

The Story

On April 14th you, the other passengers, and the crew are on board the Carpathia, sailing from New York and heading across the Atlantic. The journey will be a lengthy one, but you are excited for it. Along with you aboard the ship are some friends, family, and plenty of strangers. One, above all, sticks out to you. Her name is Kay and although she once worked on the ship, she is now sailing as a passenger. She has picked this specific journey to attend the onboard birthday party of her childhood best friend, Julia Cservenka, one of the stewardess.

As the dinner unfolds, you become increasingly aware of a tension between these two individuals, a tension that is brought to a head when the whereabouts of a gift from Julia’s beau, Vernon, is questioned. Together, you and all others in attendance of the dinner, must help Julia and Kay get to the bottom of the mystery, before it is too late. Will you save this friendship and find the gift before Vernon turns up? Will the ship even make it to port on time?

For indeed, one can never know what to expect in those frigid waters of the Atlantic on those cold nights. The Carpathia might not be the most opulent of ocean liners, but it is the one you are on and history has a habit of unfolding right as you least expect it to.

The Experience

Join us online, for this one of a kind experience. You will receive historic characters from the RMS Carpathia’s passenger and crew list. You are encouraged to dress up in your best “1910s” attire, and interact with the characters. As you do, you’ll work together with your fellow attendees on games and puzzles that draw you deeper into the history of the period and hopefully find the missing brooch and save the party.

Book your voyage for Saturday May 16th at 3pm!

Book a different show day: May 23rd at 7pm or May 24th at 3pm

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