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Zombie S.W.A.T Training: An immersive scare experience on Sunday 18th November 2018
The end has begun…
A covert branch of the military has been operating in secret for decades. All this time, they've remained vigilant to the threat. Now, as rumours of the living dead in London ciculate, this secret operation is recruiting for S.W.A.T Trainees. As part of a Special Weapons Attack Team, you'll be trained in weaponry designed to fight the undead.
Zombie S.W.A.T Training is a 3.5 hour immersive experience, you have been specially selected to undergo indepth training from Bunker 51's Undead Response Unit. Train in three different forms of weaponry against the zombie horde. Learn tactics to immobilise and destroy the undead horde before it escapes the bunker and ends civilisation as we know it.
Be prepared for London's scariest and most realistic zombie-themed event.
You must be physically fit, emotionally sound and ready to follow orders.
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WARNING: This event is not for thefaint of heart. Expect big frights, gore and the end of civilisation. Due to high demand for this event, limited tickets are available and pre-booking is essential to avoid disappointment.
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This is a full experience and will last for approximately 3.5 hours. This ultimate scare experience runs every Sunday with limited Saturday sessions also available. See our website here for exact run times. Private sessions are also available on weekdays.
To purchase your tickets please click here to book and pay online or call 033 0333 8085. For larger group bookings and the most up to date availability, please call our offices to enquire.
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