Come with me to a realm where you’ll have to use your imagination.

That’s basically all you’d need to do to make this Willy Wonka-inspired experience feel even remotely like the genuine thing.

Police were recently summoned to an event promising a ‘chocolate fantasy like never before’ where ‘dreams become reality’, as the venue descended into pandemonium.

Visitors have criticized the ‘Willy’s Chocolate Experience’ as ‘absolutely horrible’ and a ‘waste of money,’ with organisers apologized for what happened.

However, the Glasgow event disappointed more than just parents.

The actors who were engaged to work there have even admitted that they were as astonished as they were by the complete’shambles’ they encountered.

Cara Lewis claims she was one of the performers engaged for the event and that they only received the script two days before the event and had one night to learn it.

And then, she claims that on the day they were just ‘told to leave it and improvise’, they had to actually improvise.

The actor remarked on the Facebook page ‘house of illuminati scam’: “Even we were led to believe that this would be an incredible experience, but almost everything mentioned in the script wasn’t even present.”

Cara uploaded the screenplay she claims they were handed in the group, promising a ‘good giggle’.

The entire event is conducted by ‘Willy McDuff’, who purportedly takes visitors to the ‘Garden of Enchantment’, which is filled with ‘oversized, vivid flowers, glittering lights, and hidden passageways’.

However, unhappy parents’ photos show that it is far from enchanting.

The script promises to transport visitors to ‘wonderlands’ as they witness ‘whimsical turns of events’ and sample’magical drinks’ and sweets.

It also has cast members known as Wonkidoodles, who we can only guess are the show’s equivalent of Oompa-Loompas.

At one point, the chamber ‘transforms into a war of lights and lasers’ as McDuff battles a villain named The Unknown, who is eventually’swept up by a robotic vacuum’.

Finally, it anticipates how the audience will react to its last directions. “The guests erupt into applause, celebrating the triumph of creativity and courage over chaos.”

Well, with the police called, it appears there was ‘chaos’, and I’d assume visitors would have to use their ‘creativity’ to visualize this area as stated.

Fellow visitors remarked on Cara’s article, calling it a ‘comedy screenplay’ because they believe it is ‘AI created’.

A Police Scotland spokesperson stated that officers were summoned to the event because it had been abandoned and that ‘advice was offered’.

Later that evening, the House of Illuminati said on Facebook, “Today has been a very stressful and frustrating day for many, and for that we are truly sorry.”

“Unfortunately, we were let down in several areas of our event at the last minute and tried our hardest to push through, only to understand later that we should have cancelled first thing this morning.

“We fully apologise for what has happened and will be giving full refunds to each and every person that purchased tickets.”