BBC News online have a short piece about socially distant roller-coaster riding at Blackpool Pleasure Beach:
Went to see Back To The Future The Musical at Manchester Opera House this week. As a musical it's fairly middling, but as a show it's great fun with a lot to like. It's funny, well-staged, and they recreate the film very well. The Delorean sequences are very well done, and it's very immersive...
I've heard they're hoping to expand the Battlefield Live attraction, so the old Knightmare space will either be part of the expansion - or a car park for it!
(They also still hope to build all those houses there)
The concept art keeps the public interested and on-side, and brings in investors. Planning permission goes in and the good will of the public and the nice promises means it gets past. Then the theme park is determined to be unviable so they build a load of houses to flog off instead. Ker-ching!
I don't think it's so much the wetness that's an issue, just that the water is so damn cold. It's one thing to go on a ride that gets you wet, it's quite another thing to keep doing the ice bucket challenge every go.
I think it was a shame The Apprentice used CGI animators rather than trying to create a realistic roller coaster but the better concept won in the end, even though it needs a bit more work.
Regarding the terminology it looked to me like they'd been given a list of elements to include (including...