Unfortunately so have a bunch of masked serial killers. But don’t worry – Camp Friday The 13TH has a full schedule of fun activities planned! Our staff of inept counselors will be there to inspire, patronize and neglect you while you awkwardly mingle with a range of geeks, weirdos, jocks and mean girls. Camp Friday The 13TH is the perfect chance to get away, make some fun new friends and find yourself. Let’s just hope somebody finds your body!
Lake of Doom! Torch-lit Ghost Stories! Camp Talent Show! Psychotic Grudges! Shy Geeks!
Randy Counselors! Body Part Handicrafts! Dorm-room confessions! Campfire songs! Gore!
Adam All, Apple Derrierres, Oedipussi Rex, Mynxie, Dave the Bear and Carrot.
Doors 7pm, show 7.45pm, Deadly Disco til midnight
Tickets – £15 in advance, £16 on the door plus early bird and group offers
Camp Friday The 13TH is a party with a difference. PopHorror will transform The RVT into an American ‘80s Summer Camp. Guests can participate in Camp activities including torch-lit spooky story telling, and body part handicrafts. The main show will be hosted by our Camp Leaders and will feature bespoke acts from our performers.
On arrival Guests will be assigned to one of 4 Dorm Cabins, named after horror icons –Krueger, Myers, Voorhees and Chucky. They will then have the chance to participate in onstage games to win points for their cabin, including fishing in the Lake of Doom and taking part in the Camp Talent Show! And of course there will be lots of surprises.
Hearts will be broken, lives put in peril – just like your average Horror Movie Summer Camp!
Note: Venue is part seated/part standing. Seating is first come first serve apart from anyone who has brought a group ticket (these make up 20% of the capacity so loads of seating available if you come early)
“This night left me feeling truly happy. Fantastic fun.” West End Wilma
“Wacky, weird and totally unmissable” The Spy in The Stalls
“All the right kinds of outrageous…terrifyingly entertaining” Londonist
“Naughty, unbridled, gloriously camp and welcoming to all” The Reviews Hub