Engaging Interactions

Create an involving and fun atmosphere whilst encouraging interaction and communication in your team with our entertaining events
  • Calling the Shots Team Building

    Calling The Shots

    Calling the Shots is a fun and energetic competitive team building exercise introducing you to the world of tasting and blending

  • DJ Democracy

    Teams take to the turntables and play their own 'hands in the air' anthems

  • International Stakes

    Lively physical fun, bet on colleagues in a tongue in cheek derby

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    push it! tablet based team challenge

    Push It!

    High energy, interactive, indoor tablet challenge which can be customised to deliver your key messages in a memorable way.

  • Quickfire

    Highly engaging app based game of mental, physical & creative challenges focusing on individual difference and risk & reward.

  • Sausage Sensation

    Sausage Sensation reveals the finer points of sausage making with teams having the opportunity to create their very own regional delicacy

  • Team Tonic

    Stimulating introduction to the world of Gin and pre dinner deductive debate

  • That Was The Year That Was

    Fast-paced and highly-interactive this event tests teamwork as well as brain cells.

  • The Curio Show

    Relaxed antique 'game show' with elements of call my bluff

  • The Domino Effect Catalyst Team Building

    The Domino Effect

    Truly exciting drawing on communication planning and collaboration skills.

  • Trash Or Treasure

    Retro activity in which teams decide whether objects are kitsch or classic.

  • Christmas Party Team Building
    12 Teams of Christmas

    Twelve Teams of Christmas

    A light hearted, festive themed negotiation game that will have your team laughing and celebrating together!

  • Uke Can Do It!

    Release inhibitions, bring people together and create Hawaiian-style musical magic as you play the ukulele

  • Whisky Wisdom

    Stimulating introduction to the wise world of whisky and pre dinner deductive debate