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Wednesday 4th December 2019
A month after Thorpe Park closed its gates to the public, work is underway across the island to check all of the rides are safe to operate, fix and paint areas of the park. Anything that can’t be done with guests around, gets done during the closed season.
Thursday 7th November 2019

Thorpe Park has released the opening hours for the 2020 theme park season, the first day of the season will be 27th March and the last day will be 1st November 2020.

Wednesday 23rd October 2019

Thorpe Park has released a limited edition Fright Nights 2019 branded collectible plastic cup around the resort. Costing £1 extra guests can buy the cup and keep them and refill them with their drink of choice. Cups are available from all food and beverage units across the park.

Monday 16th September 2019

Final preparations are underway at Thorpe Park for Fright Nights. Audio and lights have been testing for the new maze Creek Freak Massacre which appears to be almost complete with a new disabled access bridge now complete.

Tuesday 10th September 2019

Its the most wonderful time of the year, no not Christmas but the last few weeks until Spooky season officially begins! Work on building the last few attractions at Fright Nights has begun.

Monday 2nd September 2019

The countdown till Fright Nights begins at Thorpe Park has begun. This year sees the Fright Nights branding change and from what we currently know there will be 3 new attractions. 1 new scare maze, located inside the old Loggers Leap station, a new show and possibly a scare zone.

Tuesday 13th August 2019

Work on Creek Woods Sawmill at Thorpe Park is progressing fast! Large sections of the old queue line for Loggers Leap have been removed and the new roof over the canopy section of the queue appears to be finished.

Saturday 27th July 2019

2019’s Fright Nights line up has been partially revealed on the Thorpe Park website. 6 mazes will be returning for this years event along with two brand new live action horror experiences. Plus something else yet to be revealed.

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Thursday 18th July 2019

New artwork for Fright Nights has been released over the past few days on Thorpe Parks social media channels. A quick summary of all of the teasers uploaded: Theres a new Fright Nights logo, event promotion artwork and the event is now branded as “Fright Nights The home Of Fear” 

Monday 1st July 2019

Work on Fright Nights 2019 has begun around Thorpe Park Resort. Nothing is currently known about this years event, however the logo for Fright Nights has changed compared to previous years.