Why See Double Dare Live?
Can You Handle The Slime!?
Calling all kid Einsteins and intrepid adventurers - Double Dare, the messiest game show ever to grace the small screen in the late 80s and 90s, is stepping out onto the stage for a series of live shows! Having recently enjoyed a revamp, the popular Nickelodeon production became a kids TV staple thanks to its rip-roaring physical challenges, which often included copious amounts of slime, plenty of pie-in-face moments and human-sized ice cream sundaes.
The show's original host Marc Summers returns to oversee the zany madness of the family-friendly, 14-date winter tour. If you're feeling up to the sticky challenge, its best to register to be a contestant beforehand. Summers will then invite those brave audience members up on stage - those who can answer his brain-tickling trivia questions and riddles will have the opportunity to take part in the marvellous mess, which culminates in an obstacle course that'll bring out your inner dare-devil and have your adrenaline pumping for weeks!
Please note: to register as a contestant, head to the official Double Dare Live website.
Performance date: 2 November 2018
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