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Screamland – Halloween in Margate 2016

Screamland returns to Margate this Halloween, for 6 nights of theatrics, thrills and terror – with a new maze to bringing a cutting-edge sensibility to Kent’s largest scare festival.

Featuring some of the best scare actors in the country, and a winning mix of old favourites and innovative new mazes, this year’s Screamland is taking things to a whole new level.

Fresh off the back of winning ‘Best New Event’ at the Scare Con Europe Awards, Kent’s premier scare festival is a gruesome, gory, Grand Guignol spectacle suitable for ages 14 and over.

The Mazes

Halloween in Broadstairs

New this year is The Paradise Foundation – A Black Mirror-inspired interactive environment. The Paradise Foundation promise to transform you into the best possible version of yourself: and will stop at nothing to do so! Escape the clutches of Dr. Prometheus and his dastardly devotees…

The Final Cut is a returning maze inspired by the iconic horror of the silver screen. WIth little homages to Nosferatu, the universal monster movies of the 1920s and the alien invasion b-movies of the 1950s, The Final Cut is sure to be a favourite of film fans.

A recent outbreak of real-world creepy clowns lends an extra fright factor to Festino’s Forgotten Funhouse. In this fan-favourite maze, The self-styled king of the clowns, Pearlywight, has taken control of the funhouse. Enter if you dare…

Featuring mixed media, live action and gruesomely realistic practical effects, Screamland caters impressively to both dyed-in-the-wool horror fans and more casual visitors, making it one of the best places in Kent to spend this Halloween.

Screamland runs until Saturday 29th October.

Tickets start at £19.95 advanced and £24.95 on the door.

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