The event, which took place at 12 Sans Walk in Clerkenwell, led guests on a journey which aimed to bring to life the real experiences of children affected by conflict and violence and their search for safety.
Groups were led into the space and were given a number, a headset through which to listen to real stories of children affected by these issues and a child’s rucksack.
During their journey they experienced the children’s endeavours to reach safety, passing through camps, being in a classroom with gunshots across walls, windows and blackboards and eventually reaching a play area, which represents the work that the charity does in areas of conflict to bring play to children.
The experience lasted approximately 45 minutes and was devised by agency Pd3, with guests able to meet with Save the Children staff and supporters afterwards.
Ellie McLeod, head of special events at Save the Children, said: "We’re overwhelmed with how the experience was received. I’m extremely proud we were able to deliver the stories of children authentically and provide a connection to the plight they have endured.
"‘Powerful’ was the word I was hearing from almost all event guests as they came out of the experience. The success we’ve seen is testament to my team and Pd3 who have worked tirelessly to deliver something so different, which shows forward-thinking in immersive, educational and impactful event delivery."
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