When is it happening?
As always the event is on 31 October…. doors usually open around 5:30 pm, and usually goes on for about 3 to 4 hours… so don’t be late or you’ll regret it!
Where is it happening?
Yes, the rumors are correct, we have brought H19 back home in Swieqi Road.
What is the “H19 – Another Visitor?” event all about?
It’s not a party. It’s not a show. It’s not a play. Simply put, it’s Malta’s most visited Halloween Haunted House of Horrors trick-or-treat walkthrough.
Will it be scary?
Well, put it this way, it doesn’t require to do any physical exercise or sport, but you may be compelled to leap faster and further than you have ever done previously in your life! Depending on how easily you get scared…. it can vary from very scary to not scary at all! So beware, enter at your own risk, as our aim is to test your threshold of fear! ;)
The location contains different levels only accessible by stairs.
The following will be used during this event.
1) Strobe lights
2) Loud noises and music
3) Jump scares
Do I have to pay to enter?
There’s no actual entrance fee, but we do ask you to drop a donation on entry. Your donation will give you an entry token as well as a treat token. One entry token is valid for one person and will allow you to go through as many times as you like, but your treat token can only be traded in once for a treat.
How can I avoid the queues?
So yes, we do get particular times when the queues can get longer than normal, and there’s no saying at which time that is. But you can SKIP the queues by getting Early Bird Tokens by donating before the event date (either by bank transfer, Revolut or simply come by in person). Simply contact us on email@example.com or +35679000010, to let us know how much you want to donate and we will tell you how to get hold of your Early Bird Tokens.
Who and what are the donations collected for?
As we’ve done in the past 3 years, all net proceeds after costs are given to Cystic Fibrosis Fundraising Malta run by Josette Falzon, whose aim is to provide a better quality of life to individuals and families affected by Cystic Fibrosis. Over the past 3 years, we have given Josette and her cause in excess of €10,000. Josette has a special permit granted by the Malta Police to organise charity events in aid of CF Fundraising Malta (http://bit.ly/CFpermit).
How can I stay updated about the event?
Very simple, join our sHHHH! Facebook Group click attending to the event.
How can I help?
Besides donating in advance, and visiting on the day, get in touch with us NOW…. we’ll figure out if there is anything you own or do that we can make use of to make this event great.