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Dreamland announce casting dates for fear-fest Screamland

PUBLISHED: 14:00 21 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:00 21 August 2017

Dreamland, Margate

Dreamland, Margate

Marc Sethi

Early bird tickets are also still available

Dreamland Margate is all set to convert into Screamland once again this October for a Halloween fear-fest, but this time at the new-look entertainment park.

As the event enters its third year, Dreamland is now seeking actors for the 2017 edition, which will see visitors experience a frightening world of immersive scare mazes with sideshows set to thrill and haunt.

After dark, the fairground becomes the scareground anf those wishing to scare people silly, and be paid to do so, have the chance to be part of this year’s attraction by attending castings on September 2 and 3.

Various roles will be available and actoes will receive full training so no experience is necessary.

Candidates must be available throughout the duration of October and are expected to scare until late.

Those wishing to apply or register interest should email James Harty via james.harty@dreamland.co.uk

Early bird tickets for Screamland are still on sale. For more information visit dreamland.c

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