Shocktoberfest 2017 Launch

Being born in Australia, I’m convinced I’m not cut out for England’s cold Winter climate, having said that, most of my favourite calendar events (bar my birthday which is in August) happen during the Winter, Bonfire Night, Christmas and of course, the most important one of all, Halloween!

Of all the Halloween attractions I’ve been to, Tulley’s Shocktoberfest is the best. Set in the middle of nowhere in Crawley (about an hour and a half drive from where I live in East London) on a farm, with lots of various haunted attractions to work your way around.

I went along to the launch night with friends and had a great time, even bumping in to my friend and favourite horror hostess Miss Bunny Galore who was there on the black carpet!

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Having been before, I knew what to expect and was pushed to the front of my group of friends to lead them around for most of the attractions, my favourites being Twisted Clowns 3D where dimension is a state of mind and The Colony where you get to walk through a maze of corn among a breed of feral survivors.

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The whole Scream Park is so well put together and each attractions set so well designed, it’s a must visit for the Halloween season.

Book online at http://www.tulleysshock.co.uk – I’d recommend getting a fast track pass as the queues can be long and you don’t want to run out of time to visit the Halloween store!

 

 

 

 

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Pumpkins

Being a horror actress, Halloween is my absolute favourite event of the year, granted I’m definitely a little pink and sparkly and ‘I love unicorns’ for a horror actress but nevertheless, as soon as Autumn hits and those pumpkin spiced soya latte’s are advertised in all the coffee shops, I can’t help but get a tingle of excitement.

So imagine the excitement when fellow actress/directress Maria Lee Metheringham asked me to  join the cast of her Halloween themed eightiesesque horror film, Pumpkins!

What’s better than your every day horror film? A horror film set around Halloween!

OK, so it’s not Autumn yet here in England, in fact it’s meant to be Spring but it’s been raining so much, I think someone forgot to remind the weather gods! Anyway, last week I made a little road trip to ‘not so sunny’ Skegness for filming.

We shot over night in a very ‘Country’ pub, such an old building that as soon as you walked through the door you literally couldn’t get any phone signal, 4G or even 3G through the old walls.

In between filming we lived in caravans – because that’s what Skegness is famous for, I shared a room with Marcella Edgecombe-Craig (Panda), we hadn’t actually met in person before, but after a couple of days as roomies, accidentally keeping everyone else in our caravan up all night with our giggling, we’re literally friends for life!

Even our drives to set were eventful, with rainbows, bunnies and a group of very friendly cows, I do love the English countryside.

It was lots of fun filming, a great cast and crew and I’m looking forward to another days filming to finish off later this year.

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