Stuck for what to do over Halloween? Queenie Chen rounds up what’s on offer, from club nights to fire festivals
Dress up and join UCL at Fire on 30th October.
DJ Paul Eden & Martin 2 Smoove will be doing sets during the evening. UCLU say “fancy dress is highly recommended” but we say that it is compulsory.
Get tickets here for £6.
For those who love Sports Night, Tiger Tiger is taking over on 30th October.
It’s another fancy dress party, but, considering it’s Halloween, what do you expect?
Get tickets here for £7.
Come to Proud for some spooky horse stables on 28th October.
Get tickets here for £8 plus £1 booking fee.
If you prefer something a bit more fancy, the Halloween Masquerade Ball at Hide Mayfair on 1st November might be what you’re after.
Luxury Venetian masks will be given out for free, and champagne will be given to the person with the ‘sexiest outfit’.
Get tickets here for £10.
Do you want to spend Halloween on a disco cruise with free Ghoulish Punch on arrival? Of course you do.
The Halloween Boat Party departing Westminster at 7pm on 31st October is your answer.
Get tickets here for £30,
Note: We can’t promise it’ll be anything like Scooby Doo.
For those who don’t want halloween to stop, Corsica Studios is running Afterhours with Headless Horseman to take you from 5am to 3pm on 2nd November.
Get tickets here for £15/£10 Earlybird.
Reject popular culture and spend your Halloween doing something truly awesome
Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens Fire Festival is free and something different: a bonfire will be lit, there will be ‘A Tale to Raise the Spirits’, a rock opera, dancers, fire performers and fireworks. What’s more, there will be food, ale and mulled wine on sale.
The bonfire will be lit at 7pm on the 31st October.
Where better to spend Halloween than at the Grant Museum, surrounded by dead animals preserved in jars and a room full of skeletons? For £5 on the door with a free glass of wine included, see the museum at night with Halloween themed specimens.
31st October, 6:30pm – 9pm.
For fans of a creepy, historical tour this Halloween, the caverns below Waterloo are rumoured to have remains of The Necropolis Station, where corpses were stored in the 1850s. Get tickets for this horror experience for £15 here.
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