All the cool kids are looking forward to September 18th because they can update their iPhones to iOS7. The really cool kids are looking forward to September 18th because it's the day The Walking Dead Hot Tub Experience takes place. Yes, you can enjoy your favourite zombie TV show from the comfort of a bubbling hot-tub shared with strangers on a rooftop in Shoreditch, London. If that makes you a bit uncomfortable, then you can always book a private tub for up to six of your closest friends. There'll be Walking Dead-themed cocktails and Daryl Dixon squirrel burgers on the barbeque (no, really). Read on for the official info and how to get tickets...


THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON comes to DVD & Blu-ray 30th September and to celebrate, eOne and Hot Tub Cinema are hosting an incredible THE WALKING DEAD EXPERIENCE.

Held on a private rooftop location in Shoreditch on Wednesday 18th September, fans are encouraged to come dressed as their favourite The Walking Dead character; whether you are "Team Rick", "Team "Governor" or a walker, prizes will be given out on the day to the best dressed.

There will be some deliciously gruesome Walking Dead themed cocktails, and as well as a range of food, snacks and popcorn available, there will also be an opportunity to dine like fan favourite 'Daryl Dixon' and get stuck into a squirrel burger, fresh off the crossbow!

As well as dressing up, eating rodents and splashing around with walker limbs, you'll have the opportunity to complete your WALKING DEAD experience by having your picture taken in a special walker blood-bath tub!

To soak up this WALKING DEAD experience visit https://htcwalkingdead.eventbrite.co.uk.

You can also vote for your favourite episodes now by visiting the official The Walking Dead UK Facebook page. The most popular episodes will be shown as part of the night's activities.


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