The Lost Present

You are given a present.

But it is addressed to someone else.

Someone who has lost the spirit of Christmas.

Can you be the one to return it to its rightful place?

For one week only. Step into a unique interactive Christmas adventure where magical worlds come to life in Leeds city centre.

Monday 10th - Sunday 16th December 2018
Weekdays: 3pm - 8pm
Weekends: 12 midday - 8pm
Last entries: 7pm

Starting location: Corn Exchange. Call Lane, Leeds. LS1 7BR.

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You are guided through the city of Leeds, uncovering secret festive locations. Follow the trail, collect the spirit of Christmas and return it to its rightful place.

Commissioned by Leeds BID, this alternative festive experience combines the magic of theatre with the spirit of Christmas. Small Narnia-like sets are created and audiences will enter extraordinary and enchanting worlds during their own immersive family adventure. The Lost Present follows the city’s stunning Christmas Light Trail and branches off into iconic city centre locations, as it sets participants on an interactive quest to restore the spirit of Christmas.

You are given a map of the city and will set off on your mission.

Follow this sensory journey and make your own festive potion, deliver lost Christmas cards to secret locations and share your Christmas wishes.

Curiosity will be rewarded with unexpected magic and treats along the way.


More Information

Opening Times

Weekdays: 3pm - 8pm
Weekends: 12pm - 8pm
Last entries: 7pm

The experience lasts roughly 1 hour but can be played at your own pace and rewards the curious. 


Adults: £5
Children (under 16 years): Free
Maximum two children per adult ticket

If you are arriving in person, please note: Our box office is cash only.


The location of our box office will be announced nearer the time. 
Audience members must start the experience at the box office to collect their map.

More Details

Appropriate for ages 5+
Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. 
Can be experienced in groups or as an individual. 

Supported by Leeds BID and Arts Council England