The Labyrinth is loosely based upon the popular TV game-show The Crystal Maze. It is one of our most popular team events, being very adaptable to nearly all venues. The simple format involving loads of great teambuilding games quickly gets people working together, achieving results and having fun.
Participants, (ideally in teams of 5 to 7 people) tackle a series of intriguing problem solving team challenges. The Labyrinth can run partly or entirely indoors - useful if the weather is poor. If you have a meeting room and access to the outdoors, then we can take the decision on the day itself - indoors or outdoors - either way you get a great event! If you need help finding a venue somewhere in the UK give us a call or take a look at our Venues page.
Within each activity zone (a cordoned-off area) lies a team challenge. On entering the activity zone, your team has 15 minutes to overcome the challenge within. Success or partial success, in overcoming the problem solving game will be rewarded with time bonuses or points to be carried forward to the final stages of the event.
At the end of the Team Challenge Stage, all teams participate together in a Finale Challenge. Points accumulated in the first stage decide each team's position on the starting grid...however all teams are still in with a chance! Winners of the Finale Challenge are declared Labyrinth Champions and take home the prize!
The Labyrinth challenge can be completed purely for fun, or we can include additional time for teams to review and discuss how they are operating. Reviews can be facilitated by our (or your) training staff or we can offer guidance and structure so that groups can self-review. Either way, we ensure that reviews keep a constructive focus helping groups to identify ways in which they can move forward.
In summary, this is a versatile and fun team building event that, like the TV gameshow The Crystal Maze, will have wide appeal!
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