What To Do In London This Halloween

Oct 26th 2015 | lifestyle | london | Written by Will Jamieson

 

 

 

It’s that time of year again with Halloween fast approaching and as usual, London has plenty to offer for those looking to get their spook on. Prepare yourself for the fright of your life with our definitive list of Halloween events.

 

 

Slaughterhouse Supperclub - The Disappearing Dining Club take over the cellars of Brunswick House for a unique four-course Halloween dining experience. Think pig’s blood ketchup, scallop hotdogs, and plenty of other tricks and treats.

 

Dark Arts at Warner Bros Studio Tour London – Delve into the world of the dark arts at Warner Bros. Studio Tour this October, as fans of Death Eaters, daring duels and Halloween feasts can explore some of the darker aspects of the Harry Potter film series.

 

Boo At The Zoo at ZSL London Zoo - ZSL London Zoo comes creeping to life with Halloween-themed special events, animal demonstrations and hands-on activities this half term.

 

Thriller Halloween Night – Because this is Thriller. Thriller night. Michael Jackson’s Thriller is a Halloween anthem. So much so, The Old Queen’s Head in Angel are throwing a homage to the King of Pop and friends with an MJ-themed night of scary tunes and disco dancefloor fillers. No one's going to save you from the beast about to strike.

 

Game of Thrones Halloween – Winter is coming. But first, there is Halloween to think about. White Walkers beyond the wall may be preparing to attack London, but you can sit back and enjoy specially-themed cocktails at Finch’s GoT-inspired Halloween bash.

 

Dead Dolls House Halloween - Eat, dance and spook yourself silly at the Dead Dolls House’s Halloween bash this year. You’ll enjoy a hearty three course feast (accompanied by a glass of ghoulish punch), before jamming to 80s tunes and hip hop beats across their quirky, multi-floor venue in Islington.

  

Temple Cinema - Get into the spooky swing of things at Temple Cinema, who are screening a number of scary flicks this Halloween season. First up, the aptly named 1977 horror, ‘Halloween’. All the movies are screened from the Andaz London Liverpool Street Hotel’s fittingly creepy and hidden Masonic Temple.

 

 

It’s really lovely to have assurance from the company arranging the night that we will be looked after, even after we have paid the money - Charlotte