You can now pay to experience what it might be like to be part of a terrifying plane crash and you can count us out right here and now.
Tech-theatre innovators Darkfield have created a ride allowing thrill-seekers to look death in the eyes as part of an unsettling 30 minute performance taking place in Nottingham, as reported by Nottinghamshire Live.
FLIGHT is not recommended for people of a nervous disposition and is not suitable for those who are claustrophobic – but you can probably figure that out for yourself.
The experience is Darkfield's follow up to SEANCE, which explores the psychology of groups of 20 people after they have been bombarded with suggestible material.
FLIGHT invites brave, but ultimately doomed, passengers into a shipping container which has been transformed into the exact replica of a Boeing 707 aircraft carriage.
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The show users actors, sound, darkness and movement to place the audience in a fully immersed experience where they travel through two worlds, two realities, and facing two possible outcomes to their journey – with 'one more horrifying than the other'.
FLIGHT premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2018 and is now landing in Nottingham as part of the city's Festival of Science and Curiosity, inviting passengers on board from Saturday, February 15 to February 23.
"In the unlikely event of a sudden loss of cabin pressure alternative scenarios will be provided. Next of kin will be provided. Additional desserts will be provided. An extra pillow. Trumpets and gongs. Neither Heaven nor Hell is assured.
"We’re not responsible for your final destination."
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