Shop awnings for the Crystal Maze

These two smart  Traditional Deans shop awnings have  been installed recently at the popular Games centre, The Crystal Maze, in Shaftsbury Avenue London. They are covered in a bright blue awning fabrics and the Traditional Deans shop awnings have been decorated boldly in white with the Crystal Maze graphics through the use of our bespoke RAGS® branding process.  The boxes of the shop awnings have been hand painted, with environmentally correct water based paint, in blue to match the awning fabric. All timbers used in the construction of our shop awnings are from harvested hard woods and the steel and iron parts are powder coated for resistance to weathering in our own powder coating oven. The valance option has been chosen and this option is available in a number of shaped styles from straight, seen here, to scalloped and castellated designs.

The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience is the ultimate team challenge. It’s truly interactive, seriously frenetic and, they say, extremely silly. Most importantly, of course, it is amazingly good fun! It is a very silly test of your mental and physical abilities AND it’s So Much Fun! You and your friends run around four different zones – Industrial, Futuristic, Medieval and Aztec. In each zone, test your skills, solve mysteries and face mental and physical challenges. All of these are against the clock, naturally. The more challenges you complete successfully, the more Crystals you win and the more time you’ll have for the final test in The Crystal Dome.

Shaftesbury Avenue was built between 1877 and 1886 by the architect George Vulliamy and the engineer Sir Joseph Bazalgetteto provide a north-south traffic artery through the crowded districts of St. Giles and Soho. It was also part of a slum clearance measure, to push impoverished workers out of the city centre. Today, Shaftesbury is considered the heart of London’s West End theatre district, with the Lyric, Apollo, Gielgud and Queen’s theatres clustered together on the west side of the road between Piccadilly Circus and Charing Cross Road.