Citydash

New concessions klaxon!

New concessions klaxon!

We've updated our concessions list to include: Students, 16 and Under, Emergency Services, Education, Carers and Social Workers, and Military. Check out this blog to find out more.


Hey there, we're Fire Hazard!

We make high-energy games in the real world, because life should be exciting. Anyone can play. If you're looking for an adventure, come to one of our games!

Twitter Competition: Win a pair of tickets to Citydash in London!

Twitter Competition: Win a pair of tickets to Citydash in London!

We are offering a pair of free tickets for you and a friend to take part in any of our Citydash games currently listed for London. To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is go to our Twitter page. follow us, and RT the competition tweet pinned to our profile. Once we reach 1200 followers, a winner will be chosen at random.


Hey there, we're Fire Hazard!

We make high-energy games in the real world, because life should be exciting. Anyone can play. If you're looking for an adventure, come to one of our games!

Proud Supporters of Headway

It's great when you can use fun and games to benefit a good cause, especially at Christmas. In December 2016, we ran an extended seasonal version of Citydash around Bankside. Players followed cryptic clues to round up stolen gift tags while being chased by angry Santas. Clue hunters could be seen running scared from jingling bells around the Southbank, and occasionally feeding carrots to Rudolf outside the Tate Modern. It was a lot of fun, and we were proud to use its success to help a cause we think is important: we donated a percentage of the profits to Headway, a charity that works to improve life after brain injury.

Headway's work is very close to our hearts, as our founder, Gwyn Morfey, explains:

‘Our friend and colleague suffered a severe cardiac event in October 2015 which left him with life-changing brain injuries. Doug's been with us since almost the very beginning, the easy-going kiwi with the impressive beard, dry humour, and reputation for outwitting and manoeuvring players in elaborate cat-and-mouse games.

Brain injury is something that none of us had thought about at all. We didn't really have a concept of it. It's been savagely hard on Doug's family, his friends, and Doug himself.

Headway is the charity that supports brain injury survivors and their loved ones - supporting them through the Christmas games is our way of saying "Hey, mate. We haven't forgotten you. We miss you and we hope you're doing okay.”’

If you would like to find out more about the work of Headway, or you would like to donate, then visit their excellent website.


Hey there, we're Fire Hazard!

We make high-energy games in the real world, because life should be exciting. Anyone can play. If you're looking for an adventure, come to one of our games!

3 Decidedly Not-Terrible Resolutions for 2017

It’s January, it’s 2017, and this year has got to be better than last year, surely?! Presumably you’ve kicked off the year by cobbling together a list of goals that are either very vague or very specific, and by now, you’re already working out which you’ll abandon first. 

However, here are three Fire Hazard-approved New Year’s Resolutions that we promise you won’t regret making. They’re not necessarily easy, but they’re definitely achievable. 

#1 - Meet new people

Why is this so hard? People are EVERYWHERE. But talking to them, and making new friends, is absurdly difficult. If you’re in London, you can’t just start chatting to someone on the Victoria line, can you? One of the best ways to make some new connections is to go to an event, club or activity. Chances are, everyone will be in the same boat, and will actually welcome an impromptu conversation attempt. Which brings us neatly to…

#2 - Try something new

Amalgamate your goals. If there’s something you’d like to do, do it now. Don’t put it off any longer. Take a friend for support if you need to, but you’ll definitely make some new ones. Book a class, learn a skill, go to a new place.

#3 - Don’t be scared of fitness

You’ll notice we’ve not said “do more exercise!” Setting a goal like that is already making exercise into something scary and annoying, when it really doesn’t have to be. No, really. And we don’t mean it in that equally intimidating glowy gym fanatic way. Movement should be fun, not a chore. Dance more. Run more. Even just walk more! If your new activity seems like it might involve a little more fitness than you’re used to, don’t fret. 

It takes 21 days to make or break a habit, so if you make it to February, the rest of the year will be a breeze but don’t panic if not, because every month has more than 21 days in it, and you’ve got almost 12 of those this year, so keep at it.

 


Hey there, we're Fire Hazard!

We make high-energy games in the real world, because life should be exciting. Anyone can play. If you're looking for an adventure, come to one of our games!