John E. Cash needs to replace some members of his criminal gang who have mysteriously disappeared after they nearly caused the last robbery to fail.
Can you prove you’ve got the skills to join John E.’s bank robbery crew?
The Bank Job Escape Experience
When it comes to robbing banks, John E. Cash is the man. No bank, no vault, no security system can keep him out and the Old Bill have never got close to catching him.
John E. picks his team well and rewards them generously. He demands loyalty and doesn’t take kindly to any of his team stepping out of line.
During their last bank heist some of his gang got careless and nearly caused the job to be abandoned. That was a big mistake, and their last mistake. Those guys have disappeared, never to be seen again.
But every cloud, and all that. There’s now an opportunity to fill the gaps in John E.’s crew and he’s looking for the best. He’s identified people that he thinks might be good enough to make the grade, and you’re one of them.
You are now a member of one of two teams he has assembled and he’s set the groups a challenge to rob the same bank. Whichever team enters the vault first and steals the contents will get to join Cash’s gang. The losing team will be left to their fate with the cops; make sure you are on the winning side.
The Bank Job can be played competitively where 2 teams race to rob the bank.
Teams of 2 or 3 players will work as one team to try to break into the bank. Groups of 5 to 8 players must split into two teams who race each other to steal the cash.
Groups of 4 will have the choice of working together or going 2 v 2 to get to the vault first.
PLEASE NOTE: From 31 October 2020 players must be from the same household/support bubble. Players cannot be from multiple households.
Large groups are split into two teams who are in different rooms and race each other to rob the bank, so it is possible for up to 8 players to book this game, but each team must be from the same household.
Telford is currently in Tier 3 and this means our escape rooms are required by law to be closed.