No real zombies, but still plenty of scares

There has been an Outbreak at M&D's
There has been an Outbreak at M&D's

As we’re sure everyone is now aware there is no zombie plague gripping Lanarkshire as we ‘reported’ yesterday.

However, that doesn’t mean you won’t be in for a terrifying experience at M&D’s new Outbreak attraction for Hallowe’en.

Opening tomorrow (Friday) get ready to find out if you can survive as Professor Ledbetter’s ‘patient’s’ breakout of their cells and run amok in Section C.

Join Professor Ledbetter for an informative lecture on his work, before diving headlong into the maze that is Section C, with scares around every corner.

The Times & Speaker had the opportunity to take a sneak peak at Outbreak last week and we can promise it is frightening.

The attraction is recommended for over 15s and while children under that age can be accompanied by a responsible adult, you should expect some tears, and that’s just from the adults.

Section C is full of dark and twisted corridors and with the constant presence of zombie-like patients the adrenaline certainly gets going.

The make-up is excellent, suitably gruesome, and some of the effects are top notch which all adds to the atmosphere, that is sure to have even the most casual of acquaintances gripping onto each other.

Outbreak runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until November 2 from 7pm–midnight (7–10pm on Sundays).

For tickets click here ... if you dare!