What is it about COVID that has made us want immersive experiences; isolation? Maybe it’s the idea that we can make time stand still. Immersive exhibitions are popping up everywhere in London.

So get out and be a part of an experience that you remember and can talk about – especially if you are doing it with friends or family. The feel good factor is there.

I know that I have absolutely loved going back to the theatre, seeing live performances has my mind swirling for days. I want to immerse myself in ‘life’ – after all it is for living, isn’t it?

I’ve seen a few London immersive experiences; here are 7 that I think will appeal.

Let me know if you go and tag me @littlelondonwhispers on Instagram so that I can repost your story.

My Top 7 Immersive Exhibitions

Dopamine Land – Old Brompton Road. Room after room of immersive experiences to give you that Dopamine effect. Kusama inspired, for sure.

Future Shock at 180 The Strand. The immersive art exhibitions at 180 rarely disappoint. Future Shock is their latest immersive experience and the word is out that it is good.

Gunpowder Plot – Tower of London: opening at the end of the month. Details in the May Super Seven.

Mamma Mia The Party – at the O2. We went, we ate, we danced, we sang. Loved it.

The Big London Bake – Your own boutique ‘Bake Off’ at selected locations around London. What a great idea for a party.

Murder Express – Dine in 19th century glamour on board a train in East London

The Perfect Crime : Funded by The Arts Council and created by the team behind the Crystal Maze & Heist. An immersive game set in the art world with an FBI reward of $1m. The incentive is there.

If you are looking for other ideas in London, look back at our Super Seven guides.