The Isle of Wight’s biggest award-winning scare event, Terror Island, premiered with its exclusive Press Night last Friday ahead of the event opening to the public this week.

The evening was attended by hundreds of guests, industry professionals and influencers from across the UK, and met with glowing reviews.

The team were overwhelmed by the incredible response and are looking forward to Terror Island’s official opening this Friday (22nd October).

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Dominic Wray, Event Director, says:

“We hosted our Preview Night to say thank you to all of the amazing companies that we work with to produce the event and we’ve had nothing but positive feedback from everyone who joined us. We’re really blown away by the reviews and can’t wait to show everyone this Friday.”

Terror Island will open its gates to the public this Friday 22nd October from 18:00. Alongside their critically acclaimed scare mazes, Terror Island is hosting an array of street performances including knife and fire shows from some truly unsettling characters, a live band, DJ, and epic rides. If you think you’ve reached your peak of scream velocity, there are plenty of opportunities to

Coach transfers will be available from Newport on 29th and 30th October. This is a limited availability offer, with tickets available when purchasing your standard entry on the website.

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Terror Island tickets can be booked at

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1 month ago

And don’t worry about the cost, for you can get free food for all your kids should you spend all the benefit there now.

Reply to  Firthy
1 month ago

you just have no flippin idea. I’ve been there, done that, and never ever had the money to take my kid anywhere. And he missed out, time and time again. Do you know how depressing that is not being able to give that extra little bit of something special to your child when all his friends are able to go and enjoy events like this. People like you make me want to puke.


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