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Thursday, 19 October 2017

M&D’s is getting into the spooky spirit and is celebrating Halloween in style with a host of activities for all the family this October.

With a packed schedule of events throughout the month until the big day itself, there is something for everyone throughout the season at Scotland’s Theme Park.

M&D’s popular Halloween Drive-In Movies which are shown on Europe’s largest outdoor screen is back for a superb ninth year with an exciting range of horror movies including 10 Cloverfield Lane, Clown, 28 Days Later and family favourite, Trolls.

The original and best Drive-In Movies will screen eight movies throughout the Halloween weekend from 27th to 29th October, and guests can also take full advantage of the exclusive meal deal packages on offer online to enjoy during the screenings.

Outbreak, Scotland’s number one scare-fest, has returned with a brand new theme – Night Terror.

This immersive, live action experience runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 29th October, plus Thursday 19th and 26th October, finishing on Halloween, Tuesday 31st October.

New for 2017 is Darktober, giving Night Terror guests the chance to experience five of the park’s rides in the dark between 6pm and 10pm.

If that’s not enough, there’s plenty of activities for youngsters to celebrate the spooky weekend. Krazy Congo soft play will be holding a Halloween party from 6pm on 28th October with prizes for the best dressed boy and girl, a buffet, face painting and goody bags for all guests.

Glow-in-the-dark bowling alley, Cosmic Bowl, is also hosting a Halloween party on 31st October between 5pm and 10pm, as well as offering spooktacular bowling deals.

Amazonia’s Nights of Tropical Terror is set to offer guests an evening full of Halloween treats, beginning with pumpkin carving, as well as Halloween games and the chance to meet the scariest tropical residents of Amazonia.

Matthew Taylor, managing director of M&D’s Theme Park, said: “Halloween is one of our favourite times of the year, and we’ve definitely ramped up our superb offering this year.

“Drive-In Movies offers film buffs a great selection of classic scary movies and has become a favourite way to celebrate the scary season each year. Make sure you snap up your ticket and enjoy the big screen experience this Halloween weekend.

“We’ve also got lots of family friendly activates on offer that celebrate the fun side of Halloween and we’d love to see lots of kids visiting M&D’s in their superb fancy dress costumes.”

For further information regarding M&D’s programme of Halloween activities and events, please visit www.scotlandsthemepark.com or call 01698 333777.