I’m A Celeb comes to Manchester public

By Bethany Webb

ITV’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! is coming to Salford Quays in Manchester this summer, allowing the public to tackle the mighty Bushtucker trials for themselves.

The family-friendly experience, situated over 2,500 square feet, will feature tasks and challenges inspired by the notorious Main Camp, Croc Creek and Snake Rock. Each of the challenges will allow participants to challenge their own mental and physical skills. As per the show, participants will be able to collect stars when they complete a challenge.

Original plans were set for the Manchester attraction to open to the public last year, but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, creators are optimistic that the new scheduled opening for this summer will go ahead. The big venue will offer treetop-zip lines, rope challenges, climbing walls and more, as well as the famous winner’s bridge marking the end of the trial, allowing participants the opportunity for a photo in the Jungle Throne.

Prices for the 90-minute experience have not yet been confirmed, although those who bought the £15 Star Pass in 2019 will be notified two weeks ahead of standard tickets being released on general sale, where they can select a preferred date and time.