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Death by Chocolate

Death by Chocolate

Death by Chocolate

28 March - 12 April 2015

Forget chocolate eggs, fondant fancies or violet creams - it's strictly 'violent screams' at The London Dungeon this Easter as guests are dared to risk Death by Chocolate. Meet the deadly Miss Edmonds, a charming young lady with a poisonous nature, who is setting up her toxic sweet shop.

Enter her Victorian Sweetie Shop with shelves ladened with jar upon jar of colourful candies and lip-licking confectionary. But beware ... the beautiful Miss Edmunds is actually one of the most notorious poisoners in history and likes to lace her treats with some very unusual ingredients.

And as a very special London Dungeon's Easter gift, every guest on the first tour of the Easter holiday period will receive a limited edition box of Miss Edmonds Violent Screams. A delicious assortment of soft centred chocolates ... they may leave an interesting after taste*

Those who make it out of the sweet shop should not expect a sweeter experience beyond as they make their way into the depths of the Dungeon where 1000 years of London’s murky past lies in store with more murderous rogues on the loose - from Jack the Ripper, to Guy Fawkes and Sweeney Todd. Plus plenty of edge of the seat surprises and two thrilling rides.

Book ahead to avoid horrible disappointment and guarantee entry!

* offer is limited to one box of chocolates (containing soft centred confectionary) per guest on first tour of the Easter holiday period which runs from 28th March – 12th April.

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“I am big fan of the London Dungeon and so can not wait to see the new one. I am going in Easter this year and so can't wait to see Brian Blessed as Henry the 8th and the new boat ride or Guy Fawkes. …”

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