Tales of the Edgy East

This cryptic adventure takes in the unique London neighbourhoods of Spitalfields and Shoreditch, uncovering some of their hidden history and stunning street art. You'll puzzle your way past markets, famous graffiti murals and vintage clothes shops that make this one of the most vibrant and eccentric parts of London.

Expect to explore the best of East London's edge with the city, including highlights such as Spitalfields Market, quirky secret spots and the chance to relax with amazing street food. This one is a challenge built to really test your mind and how you think, so choose your teammates wisely!

This trail visits venues that have recently reopened with COVID19 regulations. Your patience and understanding at this time is much appreciated.

Corporate Romantic Family Friendly

πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ How to play?

πŸ‘‰ Download Messenger

For now, you need Facebook Messenger to play. Download it for Apple or Android before you sign up so we can send you the clues!

πŸ‘‰ Select your team

Ready to play? Pick your team (up to 4 people) and click the big 'SIGN UP' button above. We'll ask you for a team name and take you straight to your event dashboard.

πŸ‘‰ Let the games begin

Click 'PLAY NOW' from your event dashboard or from the link we send you via email to open Messenger. If you need any help, check out our support page.

☝️ Instructions

This trail starts at Liverpool St Station, Bishopsgate Exit in London and can be started Daily, 10am to 6pm.

If you plan on taking your time during the trail, please make sure you start at least 1 hour before the final start time.

You have 6 months to start your event once you have registered. On the day, please make your way to the start location and once you’re ready, team captains must click β€˜PLAY NOW’. Each team can add up to 4 players to send and receive clues.

πŸ† Leaderboard

⏰ By Time

1st A Welshman, an Aussie and two Brits walk into a bar

⏰ 02h 17m 26s

2nd Pulia

⏰ 02h 46m 22s

3rd Winnerz

⏰ 03h 14m 56s

πŸ”₯ By Points

1st Fab five + 1

πŸ”₯ 132 points

2nd A Welshman, an Aussie and two Brits walk into a bar

πŸ”₯ 100 points

3rd Pulia

πŸ”₯ 96 points