Isaacs on the Quay is preparing itself for an outbreak of the plague this Halloween and it’s calling in the Plague Doctor to help customers navigate through a tour of spine-tingling mazes to raise money for St Elizabeth Hospice.
The Isaacs Plague is coming to town and the Plague Doctor will be in the house from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th October between 8pm and 11pm each day. Donning his beaked mask, the Plague Doctor will be taking groups on scary tours through plague-ridden rooms throughout the historical buildings which make up Isaacs on the Quay.
With no need to book for these exciting tours, groups of up to eight can enjoy chilling thrills for just a £2 donation per person, with all proceeds going toward Isaacs’ £3,500 charity target for Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk, in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.
To take part in an Isaacs Plague tour, simply turn up and meet in the secret garden between 8pm and 11pm on Friday 26th, Saturday 27th or Sunday 28th October 2018. With performance actors and various frights throughout the tour it’s all set to be a thrilling weekend on the waterfront.
Commenting ahead of the Isaacs Plague hitting, Isaacs Manager, Lewis Belsey, said:
“The very last outbreak of the plague in England is thought to have occurred in Suffolk between 1906 and 1918. Now the Plague Doctor has been called back into action to manage a new epidemic here at Isaacs. There are dark and scary times ahead in the Isaacs complex, but we know with the Plague Doctor’s help, we’ll be able to guide our customers through unscathed, raising much needed money for St Elizabeth Hospice as we go.”
Norman Lloyd, Campaign Manager from St Elizabeth Hospice, added:
“This event sounds very spooky! It is great to see all the imaginative ideas Isaacs on the Quay are coming up with to reach their Early Bird Herd target, we hope it is a great success and lots of people join in for a night of fright!”
The Isaacs Plague is just one of a series of fundraising events being arranged by Isaacs on the Quay as sponsor of Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk and part of the Early Bird Herd, where they have pledged to raise an additional £3,500, on top of their sponsorship, for St Elizabeth’s Hospice.