The Round Table

Conflicting Courses

written by Jeremy Jagusch

It’s one of the most joyous occasions in town; a grand wedding, and you have been invited to a meal with the lucky one headed down the aisle. However, you are irritated to find that the invitation has not only been extended to you, but most of the town; who have been divided over long standing issues for what seems like years. You wouldn’t normally attend, but it seems the host needs your assistance. The wedding ring, passed down for generations, has gone missing!

As if that weren’t enough, Kay, an eccentric character who used to live in town and was close to the family, has returned for the wedding, and will be at dinner. Kay last lived in town when the disputes started, and will no doubt rehash them in great detail—details no one can remember. If the ring is not found, the wedding cannot proceed—and your fondness of the host will not allow that.

Will you be able to solve the mystery of the ring and allow them to walk down the aisle? Or will old disputes stop the future in it’s tracks?

The Audience Experience

Planning on Attending The Round Table?
Here’s What to Expect!

The Round Table has escape room and theatre elements. Expect to work with all your fellow audience members and the actors as you try to discover the whereabouts of the missing ring and heal the wounds of past conflicts.

For the majority of the performance, you will be seated around a table with your fellow audience members and the actors. Clues will need to be solved between meal courses, so be sure to arrive with an empty stomach!

The Round Table is a site specific show that takes place in one area of the venue and lasts ~1.5 hours.

As an interactive experience, audience sizes are limited to 10-30 (depending on the venue) so that everyone is able to participate should they wish.

Venues Considering Booking
The Round Table

  •  The Round Table is designed for one room venues to combine with refreshments or meals
  •  Interactive performances that turn audiences into participants
  •  Engage audiences with escape room style mysteries
  •  Customized to your local history
  •  Option to include local actors in supporting roles
  •  One room historic venues may also be interested in A Knock at the Door
  •  Larger venues may be interested in In Time Unlimited
  •  Libraries and exhibit based venues should consider Behind Glass or A Timeless Gathering
  •  Venues looking for children’s programming should consider our Workshops

The Round Table is a great opportunity to showcase your local history as well as infuse your community with the flavor local talent can bring. Live History Shows offers you the chance to present history in unique, interactive way. Each unique theatre show is customized to your venue, using details and facts that are both well known, and little known.

What better way for visitors old and new to enjoy and experience the past of your town! Live History; bringing your history to life.

Book today! Monthly, weekly and daily bookings available. We work with all budgets and audience sizes.

See all past performances of The Round Table.