Knightmare Live: Level 3

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Laugh á Little Comedy presents

18 February 2017 , 7.30pm

Knightmare Live: The Game Has Changed

Enter, stranger! Knightmare Live is back with a brand new concept and offers YOU the chance to wear the iconic helmet of justice and play the dungeon. For 2016/17 the game has changed. Every show is different, every room holds a new challenge. Don the Helmet of Justice and hold up the Eye-Shield, how long will you last? Fancy your chances, watchers of illusion? Check out to seek your quest. The critically acclaimed comedy stage adaption of the cult TV classic is now bigger and better than ever. Multiple contestants will be able to take part in an entirely improvised adventure against Lord Fear or one of the other agents of evil. New characters, new puzzles and new jokes aplenty. There might even be a flying dragon.

Presented by Electric Talent

Multiple dungeoneers will be required to navigate the ever-changing dungeon. For your chance to wear the helmet and play the game, please contact us at

We’ll be taking quest items from the audience so feel free to bring ‘useful’ objects with you; no blades, no bows.


KNIGHTMARE LIVE began life as an irresponsible pub conversation in 2012 before going on to receive rave reviews as well as sell out shows in 2013, in 2014 for Level 2 – now in 2016/17 – The Game Has Changed.


KNIGHTMARE was a fantasy adventure game show, first shown on Children’s ITV in the UK between 1987 and 1994.  It was created and produced by Tim Child and was a Broadsword Television Production for Anglia Television/ITV.  The show made extensive use of the ‘Chromakey’ (blue screen) technique to generate rooms and scenes with different backgrounds and graphics.

For information on all things KNIGHTMARE, please visit

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Knightmare Live returns to The Little Theatre after a stellar performance as part of the 2014 Leicester Comedy Festival 

Tickets: £ 15.00 (Concessions : £ 13.00)
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