Daredevil students are invited to take on an epic late-night jungle challenge inspired by reality competition show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! this week.
Returning to Manchester following huge success and demand for tickets earlier this year, I’m a Celebrity… Jungle Challenge has announced that its popular ‘Jungle Beats’ series is back once again this week, and it’s giving students arriving to study at universities across our city-region exclusive access to the Salford-based blockbuster attraction.
Students and those over 18 will take on a series of challenges that are said to put nerves and agility to the ultimate test.
Unfamiliar with what I’m a Celebrity… Jungle Challenge is all about?
The new action-packed experience opened in MediaCityUK back in July 2021, and it sees ‘campmates’ race against each other to collect stars through a series of different physical and mental challenges all in an epic jungle setting complete with Main Camp, The Throne, and Winner’s Bridge.
Just like in the popular ITV reality competition show, those who come out on top will be crowned ‘King or Queen of the Jungle’.
What makes Jungle Beats: Volume II a little different to normal though is that resident house DJ Sam Pratt will be providing the ultimate backing track as campmates race around and tackle the trials and challenges in a bid to bank stars and take the glory of a win home to the halls before darkness descends on the jungle each night.
And for those looking for something a little more refreshing after taking on a challenge, the venue’s on-site Outback Shack will be dishing up a cocktail of themed alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Jungle Beats: Volume ll kicks off for freshers with the first of six events on Friday 23 September, followed by Saturday 24 September, Friday 30 September, and Saturday 1, Friday 7, and Saturday 8 October.
Tickets are available to book at just £25 per person, and you can grab yours here.
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Fitness influencers with combined 1.4 MILLION followers band together for empowering event at Hero Training Clubs
Some of the biggest names in fitness came together for an inspiring International Women’s Day event at Hero Training Clubs in Manchester this month.
Lucy Davis, a former GB swimmer and fitness influencer with a massive 587k followers on Instagram alone, hosted the event at the boutique gym in the city centre.
The Someday is Today event featured fitness classes, panel talks, networking and food and drink, all geared towards celebrating and empowering strong women.
Lucy brought together women from across the fitness industry to showcase that women can build strong bodies without ever feeling intimidated in the gym.
They were also joined by Farah Fonseca, who’s been named England’s Strongest Woman three times, best-selling food author Lucy Lord, and disabled bodybuilder Taylor Crisp.
Then those who attended took part in two of Hero’s industry-leading fitness classes, either spin and conditioning, or boxing and yoga, taught by some of Manchester’s best female instructors, encouraging people to step out of their comfort zone.
The unique live concert will take place at City Airport in Manchester on Friday 14 July, just outside the city – the huge space surrounded by lush green fields will be transformed with epic light and sound productions.
You can expect a night of sing-along hits, good time grooves and Craig David classics.
Tickets will go on sale from 9am on Friday 31 March with Skiddle.