Nightmares in Norfolk is coming back better than ever after complaints
The event dubbed ‘Norfolk’s newest scare attraction’ promises to be bigger, badder and better this year.
Charlie Roaf, 23, a former acting student who heads the Nightmares in Norfolk team said: “This event will be a lot darker than 2020’s version.
“We took on board the complaints of last year’s event and we understand why people didn’t have a great experience.”
Last October, visitors complained that the event was too short and that there were not enough themes, but Mr Roaf explains why he is determined to show what the business is made of.
He said: “We have been planning this since the start of the year for it to open in the autumn.
“Due to Covid we had to plan things differently and the actors were not allowed to come too close to the visitors.
“Hopefully, we will be back on track by October of this year to give people the best horror experience possible.”
Mr Roaf used to work at Horror at Hinchingbrooke House, a popular Halloween attraction in Cambridgeshire.
He has used his passion for horror films and experience in the industry to really maximise the event for this year.
He said:”I love horror and me and friend decided to go for this. We’ve pulled out all of the stops this year and have seven scare mazes: The Bayou Scarezone, Saw Returns, 28 days Later, The Nun, Monster Mashup, Horror of lLegends and Mr Smiley’s Playgrounds. It will be a Norfolk version of the Hinchingbrooke House experience.”
The event will be held at the Red Barn which can be found on the A10 at Lynn.
It is now possible to purchase tickets for the attraction via the website nightmaresinnorfolk.com.
Tickets cost £15 per person 6pm-11pm.
On Halloween night tickets will be £16.50 per person and will remain open until midnight.
Both prices include parking.