Laser Quest set to open at Action Stations

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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard’s hi-tech learning centre is about to launch its newest attraction – Laser Quest.

Action Stations will open a version of the popular indoor laser tag game on Saturday, May 12 as part of an investment by Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust.

The indoor adventure will be set over a two-floor arena, based on the bridge of a container ship and a pirate stronghold – linked to the Command Approved movie shown in the Action Stations auditorium – and will provide settings and challenges inspired by the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, with lighting effects and billowing smoke.

Head of attractions and collections for the trust Nick Hewitt said: ‘We’re delighted to be bringing Laser Quest into Action Stations. It’s such a great fit for us.’

Action Stations is hosting a Laser Quest tournament throughout the day on May 12.

It is looking for teams of eight to 12 players aged eight and over. It is free to enter.

To apply send a team name and photo by Friday to laserquest@actionstations.org.