The FREE one-day pop-up is taking place at Cabot Circus shopping Centre in Bristol on Monday the 24th October perfect for families looking for some half-term fun
The event features Halloween-themed activities including interactive game rooms and costume making
24 October 2022: Connectivity provider TalkTalk has teamed up with Heart to bring a spooktacular pop-up event to Bristol, just in time for half-term week.
The Haunted House is taking place for one day only on the 24th October and will feature free interactive activities that offer the perfect Halloween fun for all ages. Not only will there be free, fun events but there will also be lots of giveaways including TalkTalk tote bags, notebooks, pick ‘n’ mix and mushroom speakers.
At the event, visitors will find two interactive game rooms including a Batak-style light reaction game, and a ‘Witches vs Warlocks’ room, where the group will be split into two teams and given a wand to take on a buzz wire challenge in a battle of speed and reliability against one another.
In addition, the Haunted House will also have a costume crafts room, where children can create outfits out of household items for their upcoming trick-or-treat outings. Visitors will also be able to scan a QR code to continue their crafts making at home using a step-by-step video from Heart presenter, Lindsey Russell.
To get the crowd in the Halloween spirit a Heart DJ will be performing a live DJ set and there will also be a spooky magician on hand to surprise and delight people with impressive tricks, keeping those waiting to enter the Haunted House, entertained.
There will also be a pop-up selfie station for guests to take photos on the day and visitors have the chance to win a family tech bundle, including an Apple watch SE, Apple Airpods and more by scanning the QR code available at the event.
The launch of the Haunted House comes as TalkTalk continues its rollout of Full Fibre and Amazon eero packages in Bristol, with top average download speeds of 944Mb/s.
Combining the benefits of a 100% full fibre connection and Wi-Fi 6 technology, the packages support superior speeds, boost efficiency, and tackle Wi-Fi blank spots - with enough bandwidth to easily handle up to 75 devices connected to the eero network.
Becki Smith, General Manager of Full Fibre at TalkTalk said: “We’re excited to bring this event back to Bristol to provide some free family fun this Halloween half-term week. The pop-up coincides with the rollout of TalkTalk’s Full Fibre in the city, which offers residents the UK’s fastest, most reliable broadband technology at great TalkTalk value so they can speed up and spend less.”
Any residents who want to know whether they can access TalkTalk’s Full Fibre plans, simply enter your postcode at: https://new.talktalk.co.uk/check-availability