Crowdfunding Campaign Launched For Fun House Experience

13 June 2017, 16:45 | Updated: 19 September 2017, 18:29

An IndieGoGo page has been created to bring the 90s kid's game show to life.

A crowdfunding page has been created by Destination Entertainment with the aim of bringing Fun House to the masses.

Remind yourself of the show watching the clip above... 

Credit: CITV/Challenge

The popular 90s show - which was hosted by Pat Sharp from 1989-1999 - could potentially be given the Crystal Maze treatment, seeing members of the public don red and yellow to compete in a variety of challenges.

The page on the IndieGoGo website explains: "You can make the dream of being a part of Fun House a reality and help to re-run the fun FOR REAL! Pledge your support in exchange for tickets and perks and re-connect with your inner child! Immerse yourself in warm nostalgic memories and help to #BringBackFunHouse".

Plus it looks like they've not only got Pat Sharp, but the Fun House twins, Melanie and Martina, volved!

Watch their video here: 

A standard ticket will set you back £50 at full price but, if you act fast you can grab a £25 Super Duper Deluxe Early Bird ticket or a £35 Super Early Bird Ticket.

If trying to run around a massive inflatable house collecting prizes isn't really your bag, but you want to donate to the cause, you can give £5 towards spreading the fun or donate £10 to get a plastic ball signed by Pat Sharp himself.

£15 also gives you the chance to be a games tester, where you'll be invited to sample the fun ahead of the opening date.

Get all the information, plus find out more about the event here.


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