At The Great Escape Game we’re often asked “Can pregnant women play?”. Although we #KeepTheMystery when it comes to what’s inside our rooms, we’re always happy to explain: YES, pregnant players are more than welcome to join us!

Each of our escape games have varying levels of physical activity. You won’t need your gym gear on but you may be required to bend, kneel or crawl to discover your next clues and puzzles.

If you’re wanting to take it easy, King Arthur’s Secret is our most family friendly game and a perfect puzzle game for the expectant mother and friends

Submerged and Underworld are the games you’ll be heading to if you’re up for a challenge. You can utilise your best teamwork skills by distributing roles and responsibilities throughout the game. Pregnant ladies – if there’s anything you don’t feel comfortable with, don’t worry! Use your teammates to help you out as any physical aspects aren’t necessary for every player.

Although our horror rooms Devil’s Playground and Abducted can be intense, they’re easily adapted to accommodate for any pregnant players. Tello your Games Master and they can ensure your experience runs smoothly while maintaining the thrills and entertainment of a scary game.

During all of our games, there are members of the team watching every step of the way. Not only does this mean they can deliver helpful hints, but if your pregnant player needs a toilet break they can swiftly get them out.

So can you play our games when pregnant? Of course! Just remember to always let your Games Master know and our team will ensure your escape game is GREAT.

Dine Sheffield, Sheffield’s answer to New York’s Restaurant Week, returns to the city centre from 15 – 29 March for a fortnight of dining deals at some of the city’s most-loved cafes, pubs, and restaurants.

A flagship initiative of Sheffield BID’s Alive After Five strategy, Dine Sheffield gives diners the opportunity to enjoy fantastic food at great prices across Sheffield city centre’s diverse dining scene, whilst boosting the early evening economy.

During Dine Sheffield, we are offering a bespoke set menu, two courses for £10 and three courses for £15 per person. Vouchers for the offers can be downloaded at and redeemed during Dine Sheffield, from 15 – 29 March.

Diane Jarvis, Sheffield BID Manager, said: “Sheffield city centre has a strong food offer, comprising of both big-name chains and much-loved independents. Following the success of the first Dine Sheffield in September 2017, when thousands of diners downloaded vouchers to redeem at city centre restaurants, Sheffield BID has decided to run Dine Sheffield again.

“Dine Sheffield helps boosts the local economy, increases early-evening footfall and gives diners the opportunity to enjoy fantastic deals across Sheffield city centre’s dynamic dining scene.”