The Harvey Centre in Harlow is really getting in the Halloween spirit this Autumn, with two weeks of frightfully fabulous FREE fun from 19th October – 4th November.
The popular town-centre shopping destination will be transformed by the installation of a haunted house, complete with its own spooky garden. Here customers can venture inside and pose for scary selfies with a variety of themed props including a giant 3D cat, pumpkins and skulls as well as tombstones, trees strewn with cobwebs, spiders and bats to set the scene. The Haunted House will be located outside the 3 Store on the ground floor of the centre.
The selfie-mad spirits among us will be able to enjoy opportunities a plenty at the Good Witch / Bad Witch Selfie Station, which will be located near to the ‘up’ escalator outside H.Samuel. Complete with throne, cauldron, broomsticks, rats and scream face to pose with; customers can get really creative and capture the perfect Halloween selfie.
Furthermore, Families can enjoy a variety of FREE games in the ‘Hall of Horrors’, located outside Burger Priest in the centre’s top floor food quarter. Here customers can enjoy games of ‘Knock the Pumpkin’ and ‘Hoop the Hat’. Plus they can take a look in the crazy mirror and pose with the centre’s cat, skeleton and ghost peep-throughs for more spooktacular selfie opportunities.
As well as this, on Saturday 27th October customers are invited to join Wendy Walk-The-Plank and Penelope Pieces-Of-Eight for a day of swashbuckling, haunted pirate ship fun with treasure chest decorating workshops, sea shanty lingo classes, a real life treasure hunt and fantastic face painting!
The team of make-up artists will give shoppers the complete pirate look or create glitzy glitter tattoos, henna and many other designs of their choice.
Furthermore, The Harlow Playhouse have arranged a visit from Freeman Productions and Contexture Theatre who will be bringing the touring immersive experience ’The Ghost of Chesterton House’ to The Harvey Centre.
The UK’s first touring immersive experience will take place at The Harvey Centre on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th October, with performances at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm on both days.
There are only 14 tickets available per performance, so visitors are guaranteed an exclusive experience as the tragic story unfurls around them in the authentic Victorian dining room setting.
Not to be missed!