In November 2021, bosses revealed a new twist to ICON - the UK's first and only double launch rollercoaster.
Pleasure Beach managing director Amanda Thompson OBE said at the time: "ENSŌ promises to be a thrilling addition to ICON and I can't wait to see everyone get twisted next year."
Then this week the Globe audience was shown a film of how Pleasure Beach visitors would enjoy the new ENSŌ experience, as part of the ICON ride.
In a first for Europe, ICON riders can sit on two seats at the back of the ICON which will spin and twist freely.
Valhalla's reimagining will include new scenes and a new soundtrack.
The ride was first launched in 2000, costing £15m to build and was one of the longest water rides in the world.
The Valhalla ride is on target for a summer opening and the new ENSŌ experience is due to open at Easter.
Robert Owen, the director of marketing, also revealed that there will be a special Queen’s Jubilee Jubilation Celebration Street Party at the Pleasure Beach, together with a special Jubilee fireworks display.
For more details go to www.blackpoolpleasurebeach.com