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TimeTrap – Reading’s Newest Escape Game

Well, it has been a long time coming but Reading is finally about to get its first taste of the craze known as escape games.

Quite why it has taken so long for the town to get to experience this great new form of entertainment we’re not quite sure, but we are hoping the people of Reading and beyond will love it as much as we do!

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The UK got its first escape game in 2012. In our first blog post, we take a look at 7 things that have happened in Reading in the 4 years it has taken for Reading to get its first escape game:

1) Reading train station has been refurbished and now looks more like an airport.

Image courtesy of networkrailconsulting.com

2) Tesco opened its 367th store in the town.

Image courtesy of Bitterwallet.com

3) Smash – A bar that combines three of our favourite things: Beer, pizza and ping pong opened.

Image courtesy of unitedcakedom.com

4) Reading FC were promoted to the Premier League, relegated back down and have changed manager 4 times.

Image courtesy of unitedcakedom.com

5) The Purple Turtle, the town’s most iconic bar and our venue for the Reading Fringe Festival received a £1 million refurbishment (and looks pretty damn awesome).

Image courtesy of getreading.co.uk

6) A brand new IKEA store has been built and will be opening this month. The Swedes know how to make good furniture, and even better meatballs.

Image courtesy of getreading.co.uk

7) The Reading Fringe Festival was created and is now currently in it’s fourth year.

Image courtesy of readingfringefestvial.co.uk

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