Im A Celebrity Annual Pass Launch Event
Tuesday 17th March 2015
Fancy being on of the first to experience Im A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here? Thorpe Park will be giving 400 lucky Annual Pass Holders the opportunity to get tickets to the launch event of the maze. Taking place on Thursday 26th March 2015 from 6pm till 10pm the park will launch the new attraction to Celebrities, the press and Annual Pass holders. Tickets go on sale 10am Wednesday 18th March on the Thorpe Park website. Tickets are allocated on a first come first served basis and are subject to a £2.50 booking fee to guarantee entry. We shall be at the press event and will be uploading photos LIVE from the event on our Facebook page.
Taken from the Thorpe Park website:
Take a detour to our island like no other, THORPE PARK Resort, where you will land exclusive access to the launch of the Park’s new I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Maze.
Tickets have been capped for this exclusive event to only 400 lucky Annual Pass Holders who will receive a first look of the new maze with selected rides available on the night including the Resort’s five world-class coasters.
To make the most of your stay check out our latest offers at the THORPE SHARK Hotel here.
Will you be one of the lucky few? Let’s get ready to ‘rhumble’ in the all-new jungle.
Rides Available: THE SWARM, SAW-The Ride, Colossus, Stealth, Nemesis Inferno, X, ANGRY BIRDS 4D, Detonator: Bombs Away, King Pig’s Wild Hog Dodgems, Flying Fish, Mr Monkey’s Banana Ride, Storm in a Teacup and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Maze (All rides are subject to availability on the night)
1 If I am at the park during the day, will I have to exit before the event begins? To ensure we give you the best possible experience we are closing the park to all guests at 5pm. This gives us time to set-up all the fun. You can then re-enter the park at 6pm.
2 When can I go in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Maze? Annual Passholders will be allocated a time slot during the evening for the time they can go into the maze.
3 Where can I eat? Fin’s Bar & Grill and Inferno’s Pizza & Pasta Buffet will be available for food and drink. Bush BBQ will be closed off for a private event.
Entrance Signage Spotted
Saturday 14th March 2015
Signage for I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here has been spotted today with the “I’M A Celebrity” section of the name spotted on bits of wood on the floor with silver glitter for the letters. We believe the signs will be put on the roof of the Showcase venue, the queue line is also processing well with more painted wood for the queue spotted on site. The exit for the attraction looks to end with a tunnel down into the Nemesis Inferno shop which has been given a makeover with bark for the floor and a range of I’m A Celebrity merchandise for sale in the Nemesis shop.
Work Progress Update
Saturday 7th March 2015
Work on Im A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Maze seems to be progressing well with fake moss added to the roof of the building. A mini cooper car has been parked outside the entrance for the attraction with the queue line currently being constructed on the old miss’s hippos safari site. Launching with the new attraction is Bush BBQ a retheme of the Calypso BBQ. Theme Park Guide will be attending the press night for the attraction and we will be posting updates live from the event on our Facebook Page. The on-ride photo booth for Nemesis is currently closed for renovation work, we believe that this could be to due with the Im A Celebrity attraction? Possibly with a photo opportunity throughout the experience.
I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Maze Update
Tuesday 3rd March 2015
Work on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Maze at Thorpe Park Resort is well underway with work inside looking almost done. Featuring scenes from the TV show such as Creepy Caves and Celebrity Cyclone this attraction looks set to be slightly different to the rest on park! When asked on there Facebook page “Will the attraction have any live animals” the park replied “There will be no live animals in this attraction. We will be using special effects to enhance the experience.” With special effects such a wind machines and leg ticklers were looking forward to trying this out at the press night in a few weeks time!
Photos from the Official Thorpe Park Facebook page.
I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Maze
Thursday 12th February 2015
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here Maze new for 2015. Thorpe Park Resort has teamed up with ITV to bring the smash hit TV series to an interactive attraction. The maze will be a themed walkthrough experience where guests can take on three bush tucker trails. Starting off at the campsite where contestants will be greeted by a video of Ant & Dec. The maze will be full of interactive challenges inspired from the show such as Holey Moley and Calamity Cave, with the finale of Celebrity Cyclone the most famous of challenges.
The maze will be based in the showcase building which has previously housed The Asylum, Studio 13 and Brainiac LIVE. The attraction has been designed so that is suitable for family audiences and has been given the age restriction of 8 and above. Navigating through dark caves and crawly corridors camp mates will experience high tech special effects to bring the jungle to life including leg ticklers that simulate the feeling of being covered head to toe in bugs. Along with a vibrating bridge, moving trees and walls.
The new attraction will open March 27th 2015, will you pass the trails to become the next King or Queen of the Jungle?
Taken from the Metro Website:
Campers should keep their eyes peeled for Bush Tucker Trials where they will unearth the prized gold stars with the ultimate goal of course to be crown King or Queen of the jungle.
‘After thirteen years of watching I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! on the small screen, we’re delighted to offer our guests the chance to brave Bush Tucker Trials inspired by the hit TV show – you don’t have to be a celebrity to grab a slice of the action on our island!’ Said Claire Heys, Director of Commercial Brand Partnerships at ITV.
Adding: ‘And the good news is that we don’t expect any of our guests to chew on a kangaroo’s less palatable parts.’