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Will You Be A Survivor? – A UK “Real Life” Zombie Experience in Essex
Bloggers get approached all the time to flog stuff. As a reader, you gotta be careful – you don’t want people recommending crap then you ending up all disappointed.
At the Ministry of Zombies, I reckon we get 4 or 5 offers a week to endorse stuff. Some of it brilliant, some of it pants. We don’t bother with the pants stuff… (note to suppliers - everyone has a price – for sacks of gold we’d sell any old tat. The Last Survivor experience does NOT fall into this shady category.)
Anyway, an invitation to Essex to look at the new “Last Survivors Experience” was something we couldn’t resist…not when you see what it promises…a realistic 28 Days Later experience, dashing around an abandoned nuclear bunker, soldiers with guns – you had us at 28 Days Later.
Before we get carried away, this is a “real-life” zombie experience. This is your chance to be involved in an outbreak scenario, to feel something of the tension, the excitement and the fear. My advice to just go along with it, the actors are hardcore and brilliant at making the whole experience as close as we can get to the real thing…
I’m not going to include any spoilers in this review but from the moment you arrive, the shit hits the fan. Be ready for some chaos as the team try to keep you alive.
This is a brilliant experience for any zombie fan – don’t think twice about booking it – hey, they’re not paying me to say it, I just think this is a first-class experience. In summary, it rocked.
So, it’s in Essex & here are the links. Book it now & enjoy it.
www.thelastsurvivors.co.uk
 
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Rubben
12/5/2014 12:55:55 PM
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The problem never was the gmmarar schools (i.e. selective education) .the problem was the State Scholarship to the gmmarar schools which was nothing more than welfare state window-dressing' and which gave, I believe, false hope to thousands of people like me (I'm now 65) that we could become upwardly mobile via that route!The sad legacy (for me personally)is that I have ended up with a middle class mind but trapped in a working class environment.I should point out though that I was educated in Guernsey (Channel Isles) and that my scolarship was only for 5 years. I was, therefore, obliged to leave school at 16 for finacial reasons (although I had wanted to go on to university) and I remain bitter to this day about how I feel I was swindled' by the so-called Welfare State
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