It's been months in the planning, but we are pleased to report that we are now very close to being able to run a Knightmare Convention, in the very studios where Knightmare was filmed. This event can happen, but we NEED you to pledge to support the event, otherwise we won't have the money to be able to run it.Read More +
New Knightmare GeekWeek Episode
After nearly 20 years of waiting, Knightmare has finally returned for a special one-off episode as part of YouTube's GeekWeek. Be sure to watch it, pass it along to your friends, and let the world know that we're ready for a new series.Read More +
After scouting the web for Knightmare references, Billy Hicks was lucky enough to come across the website of Richard Bonehill, a professional swordsman. Richard had played a character in the pilot episode of Knightmare, and incredibly, the script to the original pilot episode was available to buy. Billy snapped up the script and is here to share both his story and the script in all its detail.Read More +
The transfer to the new site required an excavation of all the deepest corners of the Knightmare online kingdom. What's more, the amount of hidden material that has been uncovered has been astonishing. Keith McDonald shares a few favourite finds, and spells a few hopes for the future of the site.Read More +
AegisQuest is a live-action RPG in which a group of advisors guide a blind quester through a dungeon of riddles, puzzles and traps in a Dungeons & Dragons style adventure. Despite being unrelated to Knightmare, it has a few similarities with the show we all know and love, and is well worth watching. The team behind AegisQuest has just released a short pilot episode of their production.Read More +
Welcome, Watchers of Illusion
Welcome to knightmare.com, the home of the award-winning children's ITV adventure game show, Knightmare. Knightmare was shown from 1987 to 1994 on CITV in the UK and was produced by broadsword television ltd. This is a tribute site for the show and contains detailed guides, clips and pictures from the show as well as interviews with the cast and crew, fan creations, copies of the official and unofficial Knightmare magazines and a history of the show written by its creator, Tim Child. The site has been mentioned on talkSPORT, Xfm, Cult Times, Micro Mart, UKGameshows.com, The Guardian, Challenge.co.uk, and Retro Gamer Magazine!
If you're new to Knightmare, we suggest beginning with the Introduction, which explains all about the show and how it worked.
If you like what you see, please consider signing the Guestbook and mention us to your friends. You may also wish to consider joining the mailing list to receive site updates.