Dec 092015
 




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Scare Kingdom Scream Park’s ‘Christmas FestEVIL’ event returns this weekend. The two-day event features a brand new theatrical horror attraction – ‘Krampusnight’ and also sees the eighth reincarnation of Psychomanteum.

This year’s theme is inspired by the legendary tales of alpine folk terror, stretching back to Germanic Pagan times. Halloween favourite, Eschaton, has summoned Krampus and his legion of winter demons to instil fear into those brave enough to enter the haunted lair.

Jason Karl, Chief Creative Executive at Scare Kingdom Scream Park, says;

“Our Christmas show is a great alternative for families; kids will love the interactive elements in this year’s show. I hope they’ve behaved though, as Krampus, the Christmas Devil, knows exactly who’s on Santa’s naughty list!”

Dubbed as ‘The UK’s sickest attraction’, Psychomanteum also returns for its eighth season. Those brave enough to experience the full-contact attraction may receive an early Christmas surprise!

‘Christmas FestEVIL – Krampusnight’ is an interactive theatrical horror experience. It’s suitable for fearless families, adrenaline junkies and courageous kids. Doors will be open on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th, from 6.30pm with last entry at 9.30pm. Advance tickets are £13 from the official website, with a limited number of tickets available on the door for £15.

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