Diversity visits the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Haunted House Monster Party to perform tricks with the spooks

Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely, of dance troupe Diversity, visited the soon-to-open Haunted House Monster Party attraction at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort.

On Saturday, April 13, the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort will open the creepy doors to the Haunted House Monster Party where the ghosts and ghouls are throwing a celebration. Ahead of the grand opening, Diversity stars Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely have been showing off their tricks.

The new experience will use an illusion to allow guests to defy gravity just like the ghosts who live in the mansion, so the dancing duo showed off their own gravity-defying skills at the LEGO theme park. They were joined by Lord and Lady Vampyre during their visit.


“The Haunted House Monster Party ride looks wicked! It’s packed with loads of amazing LEGO gargoyles and bats to make the whole place feel really spooky. It’s exactly the kind of ride I’d like to take my son Cass on, when he’s old enough of course – but he’ll have to beat me to it,” said Jordan Banjo.

“We had the best day at LEGOLAND and felt pretty lucky to be the first to see the amazing new ride! It goes without saying that we’ll be back as soon as we can, and who knows, maybe we can add it into our training regime ahead of our 10 Year Anniversary Tour,” said Perri Kiely.

When the new area opens, talking statues, joke-telling gargoyles and a magical party trick will engage visitors to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort.

The Haunted House Monster Party opening date announcement comes hot on the heels of the LEGO Group announcing Hidden Side, a new theme with a paranormal story line that will launch on August 1.

The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is open now, with Annual Passes and day tickets available to buy at the official website.

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Graham was the BrickFanatics.com Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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