Deep under a choking shadow of darkness, the dead whisper their secrets of an unfathomable horror, ravenous for flesh and thirsty for the oceans of innocent blood...

The Rising Chepstow’s National Diving & Activity Centre presents FearFest-Evil: a live, immersive horror experience of epic proportions, taking guests on a terrifying journey through anxiety-inducing, adrenaline-filled indoor and outdoor environments.

Hapless horror fans will prepare themselves for a night of pure terror as they are led through a series of increasingly heart-pounding Scare Zones. Featuring gruesome characters, stunning sets

and spine-chilling performances, FearFest-Evil offers a night of no-holds barred horror and sheer entertainment. Set around an abandoned railway line, disused quarry and forgotten woodland, FearFest-Evil is the ultimate Hallowe’en Scare Experience for only the bravest of horror fans. Tickets allow access to all Scare Zones (Tales of the Dark, The House of Horrors & Platform 13) as well as live entertainment.

Optional extras include the 700m longWire Zip Slide, a 245ft high Giant 3G Swing and overnight glamping accommodation in Wooden Wigwam Cabins. Now in its third year, FearFest-Evil has established itself as an eagerly-attended mainstay, delighting and terrifying audiences in equal measure.

Last year’s event was attended by around 2,500 people. FearFest-Evil 2018 is set to build on its continued successes in new and ever more horrifying ways, for thousands more. FearFest-Evil runs across selected nights in October 2018, from Friday, October 12 and including Hallowe’en.

Full details and tickets available from the website.

Win a pair of tickets to the scariest event of the year!
For the bravest among you we have a pair of Premium Extreme Tickets to FearFest-Evil, the ultimate Hallowe’en horror event. To win this prize please answer the following question:

What date is the opening night for FearFest-Evil?

Email your answer, address and phone number to, with the subject line Voice Competition

Closing date Tuesday, October 18, 2018.
Open to UK residents aged 16 and over.
Full terms at