|The Big Brother house is to be made available for team-building days, parties and private meetings for up to 200 people, in an experience devised by event management agency Chillisauce.
Picture from this summer's Big Brother 16 house
The house, located at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, is taking bookings from October 1.
Four packages have been devised for guests:
Big Brother Takes Over – Will see relationships between participants tested through competitions, nominations, evictions and secret challenges.
You Decide – Sees people enter the house as members of the audience, enabling them to choose who stays and who goes.
Big Brother House Party – Enables guests to devise a party within the space, where the Diary Room will be transformed into a photo booth.
Big Brother Unplugged – The space will also be available for meetings, conferences and workshops, however there will be no contact with the outside world.
Prices start at £252.
Depending on the package chosen, activities on offer will include 21 Seconds To Go, where ‘housemates’ will have 21 seconds to find a podium and perform a dance move when Big Brother plays the renowned song, and Grubbs, where they will be required to eat strange foods including insects and eyeballs.
Visitors may also be tasked with recreating a famous music video via the Now That’s What I Call Music activity, or completing an assault course coined Fast and Furious.
Marketing Director at Chillisauce, Michael Chidzey, said: "Since its debut in 2000, Big Brother has been a worldwide phenomenon – and still going strong today with a new series of Celebrity Big Brother about to begin.
"We had the idea to open the famous doors as a live experience when it isn't being used for filming [and] this October, we are launching Big Brother Live – four Big Brother packages for team building days, parties and private meetings inside the house.
"I've been inside the Big Brother house and it is such an awesome experience. I'm excited that Chillisauce will be opening it up for others to enjoy.
"We asked the public about the idea and couldn't believe the response we got, anything from, 'a once in a lifetime opportunity', 'great idea', 'yes, yes, yes', 'a chance to experience the real big brother house, that would be brilliant', to 'I'd rather be eaten from the toes up by a great white shark'."