1. We are Elsewhere.
    We bring teams together through extraordinary experiences.

    Stand-out locations.
    Incredible food and bars.
    Unique team activities and
    The Elsewhere team from start to finish.

    Offsites, team building, conferences,
    leadership retreats, team drinks & parties.

    In a word… everything.

  2. We don’t like grey hotels.
    We love wow factor.
    Places full of spark.
    Unusual and anti-uniform.
    All in and around London.

    Our locations range from a private island off the coast of Essex to Winston Churchill’s favourite inn on the Thames.

    We’ve also ventured abroad for those looking to go further afield.

    Take a look here.

  3. We’ve created all our own team building experiences. They are unique to Elsewhere. The watch-words for us are fun, authenticity and originality.

    Take a look here.

Making A Murderer

Making A Murderer Team Building

A new Elsewhere immersive team building exercise
£4850 per group (for up to 50 people and a scaling rate for higher numbers)

Your team are led to believe that they are at a pottery class team building day and shortly after morning check-in things go south very quickly. It gets quite desperate and one of your colleagues finds themselves in very serious trouble.

Don’t worry they’ve been contacted by us and briefed extensively way before your team building day. Nobody on your side is going to know this and the opening sequence is going to feel incredibly realistic (the senior facilitator during the first half of the activity up until recently was a real-life Chief Superintendent – responsible for 800 police officers and running a $32m budget)

From blood analysis to police interviewing under pressure – our brand new team building activity is guaranteed to grab your teams attention from the off.

We break you up into two teams – the prosecution and the defence and you’ll be battling it out for points along the way. Everyone has access to the same evidence and the same forensic training. How are your groups going to reframe what they uncover to their advantage?

There’s a raft of forensic evidence, telephone calls and witness statements to analyse and a number of the prosecution team even have their own secret mission to tamper with evidence. It’s a lot of fun and incredibly insightful (the senior facilitator in the second half of the activity is a real-life seasoned lawyer – no actors here)

Your teams will find evidence from multiple sources and it also comes in real time over social media and television news.

There’s many twists and turns along the way and the competition is well and truly on to win….

…regardless of the truth.


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