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Visitors to Cadbury World can expect no tricks and plenty of treats as the attraction’s Halloween Spooktacular returns for another year of hauntingly good fun from Saturday 20th October to Sunday 4th November.

No matter the weather, there’s plenty of frightful family fun in store with over two weeks of themed activities and entertainment at the Bournville-based attraction. Young ghouls are encouraged to don their most fang-tastic costumes for the daily fancy dress competition where brave judges will be handing out delicious prizes to the scariest of visitors.

In the Cadbury World marquee, groups can enjoy live entertainment as Dermot O’Scary stars in The Scream Factor – a spooktacular show where Frankie Frankenstein, Witchy Woo Woo and Wolfy the Wolfman compete for a ‘Mystery Prize’. Expect a scream and sing along family show packed full of fun, frights and plenty of opportunities to get up and dance!
Throughout the attraction, beware of spooky characters in their best creepy costumes, but no need to fear – these haunting characters are entirely family-friendly.
Diane Mitchell, marketing manager at Cadbury World said: “As well as a haunting Halloween, Cadbury World visitors can sink their teeth into the amazing world of Cadbury throughout the attraction’s chocolatey zones.
“The masterful chocolatiers have been busy making special ghostly creations to celebrate Halloween and visitors can experience the feeling of riding the Crunchie rollercoaster in the 4D Chocolate Adventure cinema or exploring the interactive Purple Planet zone.”
There will be a range of spookily good treats in The World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop including exclusive hand-crafted chocolate pumpkins as well as a selection of Halloween-themed cakes in the Cadbury Café.
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Children’s TV superstar, Rastamouse, and the all-mouse reggae band Da Easy Crew will appear in a live show for the very first time at Cadbury World this month with plenty of opportunities to sing along and join in the fun.
Expect plenty of singin’, dancin’ and jammin’ in this interactive performance as Rastamouse, Scratchy and Zoomer search for their new band member.

Guests can join the adventure on 29th & 30th September and 6th & 7th and 13th & 14th October.

Diane Mitchell, marketing manager at Cadbury World, said: “Our live entertainment always proves incredibly popular with guests of all ages and we are delighted to welcome Rastamouse and the gang to the Cadbury World Marquee. Full of fun, music and dancing, the new show promises to have something for all the family.”
All entertainment is included in the standard ticket price, ensuring a visit to Cadbury World is a great value family day out all year round. Visitors planning a trip can also enjoy an extra 5% saving when booking online in advance.
In addition to the show, visitors can head to the 4D Chocolate Adventure zone to experience the feeling of riding the Crunchie Rollercoaster and diving into liquid chocolate from the comfort of their motion seats, before heading over to the Chocolate Making zone to see the chocolatiers in action and taking a delicious taster for themselves.
Guest can also travel to the Purple Planet for the opportunity to grow their own virtual cocoa tree, dance in virtual chocolate rain and chase Creme Eggs, before heading to Advertising Avenue to come face-to-face with everyone’s favourite drumming gorilla.
After all that excitement, visitors can make a pit-stop at the Cadbury Café, serving a mouth-watering range of tasty Cadbury-themed treats, before exploring The World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop.
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