There's one show that sums up the '90s in all its big-haired glory; a show that had us dreaming of gunging friends and growing a Pat Sharp-style mullet. And that show is set to make its grand return in immersive experience format in early 2018. Fun House, the kids TV programme that ran on CITV from 1989 - 1999, is the latest crowdfunder arrived in the city. Started by two Fun House fanatics, the Indiegogo campaign is aiming to bring back all the elements of the show, including go karts, ball pits and the assault course.
The live version will aim to stay as true to the original show as possible with the experience lasting for 1 hour and 45 mins. Taking place in a secret central London location, there will be two teams of six with participants either in the yellow or red team. Before you race to grab your tickets, however, the project is still in its planning stages and is asking people to donate to ensure it stays independent. You can donate anything from £10 (a signed ball-pit ball from Pat Sharp) through to £650,000 (Pat Sharp will grow back his magnificent mullet for the entire rerun).
With one month left to go, you can donate to Bring Back the Fun House here.