Tag: Halloween

TRISKAIDEKAPHOBIA

Published on 22nd September 2021

THE IRRATIONAL FEAR OF THE NUMBER 13 This year, The London Bridge Experience will feature 13 of the most terrifying phobias – are you brave enough to visit? Come face to face with Zombies, Jack The Ripper, Snakes, Clowns, Monsters, Spiders, Hillbillies, Ventriloquist Dolls, murderous Butchers and much, much more! Showing on: 22 – 24th October & 29th – 31st October 6pm – 10pm. Find out more here.

Triskaidekaphobia – The Irrational Fear of the Number 13

Published on 09th October 2019

This Halloween, The London Bridge Experience will feature 13 of the most terrifying phobias – are you brave enough to visit? Come face to face with Zombies, Jack The Ripper, Snakes, Clowns, Monsters, Spiders, Hillbillies, Ventriloquist Dolls, murderous Butchers and much, much more! FAMILY HALLOWEEN SHOW During daylight hours, our family friendly Halloween show takes you for a spooky walk through London Bridges dark past followed by a visit to The London Tombs winner of the best scare attraction for the past 11 years. Showing on: 14th October – 2nd November at 10am-5pm. ADULT SHOWS – NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED! After dark, the UK’s top award-winning scare attraction gets even scarier with Phobophobia 13, a twisted adult only scare show with clowns, butchers, zombies, hillbillies, snakes and so much more! Showing on: 25th, 26th, 30th, 31st October and 1st, 2nd November at 6pm-10pm. Please note: The adult show is for over 16s only. More details and to book here.

Dracula at The Old Operating Theatre

Published on 16th October 2017

Join The Old Operating Theatre on October 27th for a special Halloween screening of cult classic, Dracula.  “One of the most revolting horror films I have seen in years.” (Daily Express review, 1958). Filmed in lurid technicolour for the first time, Hammer’s sexually charged Gothic nightmare blew away the black and white cobwebs of all previous versions and, with dripping blood and bared fangs, reinvented the image of the Count. Christopher Lee’s snarling, hissing portrayal became a model on how to transform a well-known character. His hot blooded animal instincts contrast brilliantly with Peter Cushing’s cool scientific rationalism in the role of Van Helsing. A watershed moment in the history of on-screen eroticism and gore, the film was key to the development of the horror film, sending shock waves through the decades that followed. It retains much of its bite today. This event will feature an introduction by Gareth Miles and the screening of the movie. Refreshments will be served. Doors will open at 6:30 PM. Book your tickets. 

Phobophobia

Published on 12th October 2017

The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs presents the Ultimate Halloween Horror Event… In the world-famous haunted site of London Tombs, winner of “the best horror attraction in the world”, scare-fans can descend on a journey through their worst nightmares. Phobophobia journeys through a terrifying dark labyrinth of horror within the haunted bowels of hell – which, with every passing second, becomes progressively more evil! Halloween shows run from 21st-31st October, 10am – 5pm: All ages 6pm – 10pm: Adults Only BOOK HERE