|DARE TO SCARE AT NEW FREAK WEEK ATTRACTIONS
Freak Week is back with blood curdling vengeance offering four brand new Fright Night attractions - The Slaughterhouse, Sance of Mary Ellen, Quarantine and Torture Cellar Live 2.
Taking place after dark from 27th 31st October 2011, Freak Week has been created by the UKs leading scare artists and illusionists including one of the countrys brightest stars Richard Bellars. Richard recently appeared on Penn & Tellers hit TV show Fool Us, in which he successfully baffled the comedians with mind-bending and spooky magic to earn himself a trip to Las Vegas.
All Freak Week attractions take place at The Hop Farm which is nestled amongst 500 acres of eerie Kent countryside and have been rated with a scare factor so visitors know what they are letting themselves in for.
In The Slaughter House, Mr Porkys meat pie factory is not all as it seems. What do they really put in the pies? Is there any escape from the dark twisting corridors of terror, or will you become the next victim to be blended and seasoned? It promises heart-stopping surprises around every corner. Fear Factor 5 stars.
The Sance, written by Richard Bellars, will take place in an old abandoned circus big top. Its the same big top in which Mary Ellen died in 1963. Will visitors be able contact the little girl and find out what happened on that fateful night, or will she get in touch first? Fear Factor 4 stars.
In Quarantine awarded a 5 star Fear Factor - visitors are encouraged to attend the Government quarantine centre to get medical help to escape the human zombie cannibals who have been infected by an evil virus which is spreading across the UK. Its unknown whether the quarantine is safe from the zombies and visitors are advised to enter at their peril. Torture Cellar Live 2 returns with a twist.
Its visiting time at Doomesgate Prison and the inmates have taken over the Torture Cellar to prey on fresh meat. Will visitors get out alive? Torture Cellar Live 2 has been awarded a Fear Factor of 4 stars.
Freak Week takes place from 6pm until 11pm from 27th 31st October 2011 and advanced tickets cost 12.50 via www.hopfarmfreakweek.co.uk The Fright Nights are not recommended for children under 10 years old.