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Feeling like doing something crazy on your stag do? Chances are the answer’s yes. It’s a Knockout provides a totally different type of madness from the usual stag antics, but you’ll be laughing from start to finish in an activity that’s full of mad moments and nostalgia. Running right through the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s (and with a brief return around 2000) – It’s a Knockout was an absolute feature of tea-time TV viewing, and now it can be part of your stag do. If you haven’t seen it, it’s a mess of massive inflatable costumes, water and foam, obstacle courses and a LOT of falling over. For example one game involved trying to carry a bucket of water across a rolling log, while the opposition throw things to distract or knock over the competitor.
You’ll have to bring an old set of clothes and trainers, because even after you’ve climbed inside a huge inflatable costume things are still likely to get messy. You’ll also have to remember to bring your A game, the end of your day will see results announced, and as we’re sure you’re a competitive bunch of lads an extra incentive can be a prize of the winner, or forfeit for the losers.
It’s like a grown-up version of school sports day, and as it’s a grown up version you can head to the pub afterwards to keep the energy going into the evening.
Getting the lads together for a Newcastle stag weekend of tomfoolery is without doubt one of the best reasons to have a stag do. And with It’s a Knockout, that’s the whole point! This hilarious team event will see you tacking inflatable obstacles, wearing silly costumes and doing your best for the team, if you can stop laughing long enough. Games include the likes of the Ten Maids a-Milking relay; Penguin Pursuits, which involves throwing hula hoops while dressed as a penguin; and Fast Food Frenzy which will see you rummaging around in foam for bits of ‘food’. This is a great ice-breaker for the group – everyone gets involved, and you can relive the highlights in the pub later. Just remember to wear clothes you don’t mind getting wet and dirty and bring a spare change of clothes for afterwards.
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