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Thorpe Park’s Fright Nights is back and even bigger for Halloween 2013

Thorpe Park Fright Nights 2013
Horror Movie Takeover presented with Lionsgate UK
Selected dates from Saturday, October 5 to Sunday, November 3 2013


Thorpe Park’s Fright Nights is back and even bigger for Halloween 2013, presented, for the first time, with Lionsgate UK. Running on selected dates in October and November, the horror movie takeover combines live-action mazes based on some of the world’s most iconic horror films, with the chance to ride exhilarating rollercoasters in the dark.

Visitors will be able to experience immersive, scareactor-led horror attractions based on You’re Next, the upcoming must see horror movie, cult classic The Blair Witch Project; the dark My Bloody Valentine 3D, the twisted The Cabin in the Woods and not forgetting the menacing SAW, already the inspiration for the world’s most terrifying rollercoaster and live action horror maze at the Park.


Plus face the Nation’s Thrill Capital’s thrilling rides in the dark including THE SWARM, the UK’s first winged rollercoaster, which guests can now brave backwards; Stealth, one of Europe’s fastest and tallest rollercoasters; Colossus, a ten loop rollercoaster; and Nemesis Inferno, a feet-free, legs-dangling coaster experience, as well as SAW – The Ride, all in the dead of night and all included in the Park entry price.

And, for the first time, guests will be able to scream and dream, in Thorpe Park’s new onsite accommodation, The Crash Pad, which opened this spring.


Dates: 5-6, 11-13, 18-20 October, 25 October – 3 November 2013

Park opening times: 10am – 10pm, Fright Nights attractions open at 3pm

Prices: Adult ticket priced from £29.99 when booked online before the end of September, price in October is £34.99 when booked 2 or more days in advance online

Please note: Fright Nights is not recommended for under 13’s

The Crash Pad is priced from £64 pp including two day Park ticket and breakfast

Pre-booking strongly advised

For more information and to book, visit

Nearest station: Staines (30mins from Waterloo)

THORPE PARK, Staines Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 8PN

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