Families across the region are invited to get into their gruesome gear and enter the Witches Kitchen at Meadowhall this half term, ready to enjoy some frightfully good fun.
Free to attend following registration, the Witches’ Kitchen will see monstrous mini master chefs travel through the tunnel of terror (watching out for slimy snails and wiggly worms) to the Cordon Bleurgh school. They’ll meet Scratch the Cat, sing toe-tingling songs together and help him sniff out the kitchen’s missing ingredient. Perfect for children aged 4-10 years old, the Witches Kitchen will be found on the Lower High Street in Meadowhall from 29 October – 4 November 2018. Sessions will run every 20 minutes from 10am and 2.30pm Monday – Saturday and 11am to 3.30pm on Sunday.
Visitors will be greeted by Gruella De’Spill, the wickedest witch when it comes to mixing potions. In addition to Gruella, Marco Pierre Fright will be cooking devilishly delicious creations for food critic Sniffbert the Worm to taste. Guests will also have the chance to snap spooktastic selfies on a magical floating chair and each child will take home a terrifying treat from the cauldron.
Colleen Carter, Promotion Potion Extraordinaire, said:
“Halloween is a fantastic excuse to get together as a family and have a little fun. And, whether it’s dressing up in this season’s scariest costumes or marking the occasion with an extraordinary experience, we hope to cater for all tastes at Meadowhall. When it comes to mini monsters, especially those on the loose during half term, the Witches Kitchen promises to provide plenty of entertainment and magical memories. We can’t wait to meet Yorkshire’s youngsters in all their scary outfits and welcome them with a surprise or two of our own!”
With a newly transformed mall, and over 34 new brands to enjoy, Meadowhall is promising shoppers a wealth of tricks and treats this season. From petrifying party decoration to spellbinding new looks, the fashion and lifestyle destination has it all. To ‘boooook’ a free place* at the Witches Kitchen, shoppers are asked to visit www.meadowhall.co.uk/witches.