Get a taste of Starcourt Mall’s fave ice cream parlour thanks to Pan-n-Ice

As all Stranger Things fans will know, 6th November 1983 is when Will Byers went missing in Hawkins, Indiana, setting his friends on a supernatural adventure to bring him home. To celebrate ‘Stranger Things Day’, ice roll biz Pan-n-Ice is teaming up with Netflix to bring us a taste of Hawkins’ premiere ice cream parlour Scoops Ahoy.

Pan-n-Ice has created four limited-edition flavours inspired by the show, including:

  • The Upside Down Bubba – warm red velvet cookie dough base topped with black cookies & cream ice cream and red chocolate cracking shell
  • U.S.S Butterscotch – warm sticky toffee waffle base topped with butterscotch ice cream, mini butterscotch pieces and a mini caramel waffle
  • The Cherry Rift – warm brownie base topped with cherry ice cream, praline pecans and a US flag
  • Hey Hakwins – a vegan warm cookie dough base topped with mint choc chip ice cream, sprinkles and a glacé cherry

As well as serving the new flavours at Pan-n-Ice sites in Manchester and Westfield Stratford from this month through to next spring, the ice cream is going on the road with the Scoops Ahoy x Pan-n-Ice ice cream truck. The tour is starting at Outernet London on ‘Stranger Things Day’ before hitting Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Liverpool, York, Newcastle, Kent and Oxford. After you’ve had your Scoops Ahoy, keep the Stranger Things action going by heading to the theatre to see the prequel to the TV show on stage.

Mon 6th & Tues 7th November 2023, 12pm – 11pm
Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 8LH