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No Two Journeys Are The Same In This 36-Room Theatre Experience In Brisbane

Marco Ruiz Marco Ruiz - Sponsored SMN Writer (APAC) - Staff Writer (Aus)

No Two Journeys Are The Same In This 36-Room Theatre Experience In Brisbane

Are you prepared for A Midnight Visit?

The House Of Usher funerary services has set up shop in Brisbane and in doing so have transformed a disused warehouse into an immersive, 36-room theatre experience filled to the brim with frights, laughs and everything in between.

Inspired by the life and works of Edgar Allan Poe, A Midnight Visit is a trip into the weird and sinister dreams of the legendary writer and poet populated by his major themes of death, regret and lost love.

Visitors inside the experience will choose their own path through the cavernous warehouse as they encounter actors and performances, sound worlds, surreal playgrounds and mysterious scenes.

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No two journeys are the same in the House of Usher.

More than 10,000 people have experienced A Midnight Visit in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Now it’s Brisbane’s turn to step into the dreamworld slash nightmare for a special theatre experience.

A Midnight Visit has extended its run of shows until October 10 at the House of Usher, 95 Robertson Street, Fortitude Valley.

Don’t hesitate and grab your tickets now because they’re already selling fast.

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