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Midnight Madness is the most ambitious immersive challenge ever created. Think the Crystal Maze meets immersive theatre with London as your stage. It gives you the chance to have the experience of a lifetime whilst helping those that need it the most.
Returning to London for the third time, Midnight Madness is a series of cleverly camouflaged, incredibly ingenious and devilishly difficult puzzles – the answers to which indicate the location of the next puzzle, and so on, until the finish line. Teams will compete all night, hunting for, solving, and executing puzzles embedded in the urban landscape of London. The winning team will be the first to cross the finish line.
Iterations of Midnight Madness London were run in 2018 and 2019, you can view the event videos below.
The Event is based upon its highly successful namesake that took place in New York in 2015 and raised $3.1m for charity.
Both creators of the New York version, Mat Laibowitz and Elisha Wiesel are fully on board with the London 2020 version. We thank them for their advice and guidance.
Tim Dinsdale, MM18 Team Captain
Elisha Wiesel Chief Information Officer Goldman Sachs
Putting on an event like Midnight Madness is a massive task. These are the guys that make it happen:
S&G are a creative events company that specialises in immersive experiences for children and adults.
A Door in a Wall design and run games that take place in the real world, from city-spanning adventures to tabletop fun.
The Exploration Society delivers fun, creative and adventurous outdoor education to children and adults.
There is an injustice in the charity sector: it is not a meritocracy. The top 1.2% of charities in terms of turnover receive 72% of the money donated in the UK*. You might assume that money would flow to those most in need. Yet there are hundreds of exceptional small charities that struggle for funding simply because they don’t have the resources to reach a wide number of people.
Raise Your Hands has found twelve exceptional small charities working with children across the UK. We conduct due diligence, monitor them and provide predictable, unrestricted income.
RYH charities are specialists in their areas, helping children with HIV, children that have been bullied and children that have lost parents, amongst others. In 2018, over 88,000 young people across the UK accessed the services of the RYH supported charities.
By participating in Midnight Madness, you will support some of the most innovative and necessary work in the UK, enabling incredible organisations to focus on what they do best: improving the lives of disadvantaged children.
Visit the Raise Your Hands website to find out more about what we do.