Screams echoed along London’s South Bank this evening as brave celebrities dared to test their punches and enter the Halloween, London Dungeon, to get an exclusive first look at their scary show yet.

The London Dungeon opens its Halloween season to the public tomorrow (Saturday, October 9) and runs until October 31. diabolical surgical practice in the Victorian era.

First of all, the sunny villa swapped out for a screaming ride through London’s darkest history, Love Islanders Lucinda Stafford, Andrea Jane Bunker and Lillie Haynes joining in for an adrenaline – filled evening.

The girls came dressed to impress on the chilly October evening, and after catching up, they spent the evening on the edge as they fell into the dungeon that stood face to face with King James’ main torturers, Guy Fawkes and The Plague Doctor.

Hot on their heels were other Love Islanders Amy Day, Rachel Finni, Aaron Simpson and Tyler Cruickshank. The stars of the hit show enjoyed an evening of laughter and shock with the praise of Mrs. Lovett, Sweeney Todd, Jack the Ripper and the new and infamous character The Surgeon.

Next to visit and get in the mood for the spooky season were Chloe Ross, former star of The Only Way Is Essex, and Eliza Batten, former Made in Chelsea star. Both looked stylish and in a good mood when they were pictured having a good evening with close friends.

Singer-songwriter and TV personality Talia Storm was also present as she treated friends to the exclusive preview of the London Dungeon’s most terrifying Halloween experience ever. Despite admitting that she was nervous, she certainly struck the high notes when she was strapped into the torture chair.

Also present was Married at First Sight in the UK, participant Alexis Economou, who after an emotional reunion episode showed up at the South Bank attraction to get prepared for Halloween.
Mutya Buena, a former member of Sugarbabes and Sketch from Tattoo Fixers, rounded off the eerie and star-studded night.
With 19 shows and thrilling rides, the London Dungeon promises to bring the city’s dark history to life with lots of screaming stories and terrifying shocks that you will never forget. The new London Dungeon show ‘The Surgeon’ runs from 9 to 31 October and is included in the standard ticket price.

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