Must See Monday – Event of the Week

What: Halloween Spooky Ship // Where: ss Great Britain // When:  Fri 31st Oct (7-9pm) // Cost: £13/8 conc.

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Ghosts stories and the sea seem to go together as well as ketchup and fake stab wounds. So the opportunity to explore one of Bristols oldest landmarks  this Hallows Eve and settle in for a Victorian fright-fest is an absolute no-brainer isn’t it.

In partnership with Bristol Old Vic, and taking inspiration from the ship’s history, performers from Made in Bristol will bring the ss Great Britain vividly to life in never-before-seen, exciting ways; making it a nightmare to remember.

So take a voyage into fear and spend an eerie evening getting lost and exploring the shadowy corridors of the the old ship at night; with so much happening in every nook and cranny, you never know what might be in the next cabin.

Find out more by clicking here.

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