Players Area

Once you buy a player ticket, we’ll contact you via email. We’ll send you a choice of characters and the basic rules of the game. If you’ve never played D&D before, this will tell you everything you need to know. Email us to confirm your character. You can also email with any questions you may have.

We’ll also send you a reminder the day before you’re due to play.

On the day, it’s best to arrive 10 minutes before your ticketed time. This gives us as much time as possible to get you settled in.

When the doors are opened for audience and players, you’ll head to the stage manager, who is sat at a desk by the stage. They will provide you with a character sheet and introduce you to the Dungeon Master. They’ll also help if you have any special access needs.

You’ll take a seat onstage. The ‘stage’ is just a slightly raised platform, so everyone can see what’s happening. The Dungeon Master will introduce everyone, explain how the game works and recap the story.

Then you start playing! It’s impossible for us to say what scenario you’ll find your character thrown into. But it’ll be up to you how they react and what they do.

You might be asked to wear a microphone for our portable closed loop hearing system. This is to help those with hearing impairments enjoy the event.

We plan on live streaming the event via Twitch. If you would like to play but aren’t comfortable being filmed, contact us to see what we can do.

All performances of Adventurers Wanted are relaxed performances. The show is designed to be as accessible as possible to neurodiverse people. This includes those who identify as autistic or have sensory needs. As a player, you would be accepting that audience members might move or make noise. People in the audience will express enjoyment of the show in different ways. However, everyone is there for the same reason of enjoying watching the game unfold.