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Halloween Club Party

National Ice Centre, Bolero Square, Nottingham, NG1 1LA
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Saturday 26 October 2019 | 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Ticket prices - see below


Ghosts, ghouls and slime are all part of this year's Halloween spooktacular events at the National Ice Centre!

The venue will be looking eerie and ready to host two spooky ice parties with lots of spine-tingling action in store including gloopy slime, scary face painting and horrifying photobooth filters.

The activities begin with a spooky but not scary family party themed Scaries & Fairies, followed by a garish neon-lit Halloween Club Party where the scary face painting, photobooth filters and slime fun will continue into the evening while playing the best Halloween themed beats.

Skaters will have the chance to show-off their most frightening and drop dead gorgeous Halloween outfits as prizes for the best spookily dressed skater will be up for grabs at both parties.

Ticket Prices

Under 5s free
Seniors (over 60s) £3.50
Juniors (5-15 years old) £7.50
Adults (16+) £8.50
Family of 3 £21.75
Family of 4 £29.00
Family of 5 £35.00

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