Dr. Fright's Halloween Nights Presents Horrortown | Whites Nurseries Earls Barton  | Fri 12th October 2018 Lineup

Dr. Fright's Halloween Nights Presents Horrortown

Whites Nurseries in Earls Barton

Friday 12th - Friday 26th October 2018

Fri 7:00pm til Fri 10:00pm (last entry 9:00pm)

Minimum Age: 12

Multi award winning Dr. Fright's Halloween Nights are back with a whole new event... Horrortown!

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Dr. Fright's Halloween Nights Presents Horrortown on Friday 12th - Friday 26th October 2018

This year, we invite you to venture through the sinister locations of a derelict and cursed town! All whilst being hunted by the terrifying residents that reside there . . .

Featuring 4 live action scare mazes all loaded with huge horror scenes, terrifying special FX and amazing actors!

Experience the ultimate Halloween night out and survive these 4 attractions (all included in the entry ticket): 'Shock Therapy' escape an evil doctor inside an abandoned hospital, 'Hollywood Horror 3' step inside scenes from your favourite scary movies, 'What the Hell?' an abandoned chapel converted into a twisted satanic nightclub by a bizzare and deadly cult, and 'Killer Clowns Vs Cannibal Hillbillies' Witness a blood soaked showdown like no other as killer clowns take on cannibal hillbillies in a twisted game of murder and mayhem.

Due to the intense, scary nature of the event we don’t recommend that under 12’s attend.

Entry times 7-9pm. Tickets can be booked via www.drfrights.com. Online prices range from £15.95 to £22.95 depending on the date. Tickets are available to purchase on the gate for cash although they are subject to availability. Please go to www.drfrights.com for all event info.

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