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Books Travel to Mongolia Supported By clueQuest

Mr Q is joining Ribbon and Beard on a 10 000 mile adventure this summer across mountain ranges, deserts, and more barren and inhospitable lands...all in the name of a good cause! Did we mention that their vehicle is an old ambullance? Click to read more about their amazing journey and how you can help them reach their destination in the heart of Mongolia.

clueQuest certificate of excellence winner of 2015 tripadvisor

We are gutted with excitement - TripAdvisor awarded us the 2015 Certificate of Excellence! Find out what makes us one of London's best ways to spend an hour.

Fire

Agents, keep calm and carry on with your escape...this is not a warning - it's just the team from Fire Hazard blazing their way out of our PLAN52 mission. And they loved it.

Dani Raffle Prize

#donatefordani raised over £3000 for Cancer Research UK. Find out more about Dani's charity raffle in the article

Crystal Richard

There truly seems to be a huge demand for this kind of entertainment, be it live or watched on TV. We hear it almost every day at our HQ when we ask a team "How was it?". "It was just like Crystal Maze."

clueQuest raffle ticket

We've donated a clueQuest live escape game experience to Lightsource - UK's leading solar energy company - for their charity auction event. And they raised £160 with our ticket.

Mr.Q in time machine at new HQ at Kings Cross

It was a tough couple of weeks for the clueQuest team, but we finally did it! We moved our HQ from Liverpool Street to King's Cross!

Mr.Q nose you comic relief campaign red nose day

This year we are participating in the Red Nose Day fundraising with our Mr Q Nose You campaign.

A new season and a new begining for the clueQuest team: Mr Q is preparing to run the final training missions tonight from our old HQ in Liverpool Street.

Oscars 2015 with Mr Q, James Bond, Sterling Archer, Jason Bourne and Ethan Hunt

Don't be surprised if you missed this award at the 2015 Academy Awards, because the subject at hand required a high level of secrecy, thus the award was given out in secret as well.

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