Last Min Halloween

If you’re anything like me then although today is Halloween you still haven’t made any plans, hopefully some of these ideas will help.

 

Ice Bar Halloween White Party

 

We all miss this guy (mostly from seasons 4-7, we try not to talk about season 8) but you can still experience his icy touch this Halloween at the Ice Bar.

Take a picture with a 7 foot tall White Walking meanie then shuffle over to the Fire Bar for the party, a free glass of Moet & Chandon Ice Imperial (for the 1st 100 guests and anybody wearing white FYI) and complimentary canapes. 

  • From 7pm – 1am
  • Tickets £16.50, from here
  • icebarlondon.com
  • Ice Bar London, 31-33 Heddon St, Mayfair, W1B 4BN

 

Cine-real presents: The Exorcist

 

If you’re not really in the mood to party but still want to get your ‘Spook’ on then pay The Castle Cinema in Homerton a visit to see The Exorcist.

Watch an innocent girl be possessed by a demon who, in my option, seem to just want a friend to play with…forever. 

Sit in the lap of luxury, grab some popcorn and enjoy one of the scariest movies ever.

  • Film Starts at 9pm
  • Tickets £10 from here
  • thecastlecinema.com
  • The Castle Cinema, First floor, 64-66 Brooksby’s Walk, Hackney, London E9 6DA

 

Halloween Pooch Parade – 3rd November

 

It doesn’t feel fair to have all the fun and not get the doggies involved in the Halloween festivities, so get the pooches dressed in their best costumes and get ready for a Halloween Pooch Costume Parade.

Meet at 10.45am at Monument for an 11am dog walk to Flat Iron Sq in Southwark where the Costume Parade will take place at 2pm.

At the square there will be food and drink stalls, a dog friendly DJ playing all the woofiest tunes (I don’t know what that was either), and after the parade at 5.30pm a free kiddie and doggy friendly screening of Frankenweenie.

  • Event starts from 10.30am – 7.30pm
  • Dog costume Parade at 2pm costs £5 to participate (profits go to StreetVet)
  • thelondog.com
  • Flat Iron Square, 64 Southwark Street, SE1 1RU

 

All Hallows Eve Samhain Sound Special

 

If you’re after a more spiritual experience this Halloween then how about a relaxing, immersive evening of sound and meditation.

Otherness.co will be hosting an either lie down or seated event at The Pirates Castle in Camden where you can enjoy soothing sounds and meditative music for a blissful evening of peace and healing frequencies.

A perfect way to see in November.

  • Event starts at 7.30pm-9pm, please arrive by 7.15pm
  • Yoga mats and/or blankets provided for online bookings, please bring your own if you have them if you’d prefer to pay at the door, as availability is not guaranteed.
  • £20 for Lying Down tickets from here
  • £10 for seated tickets from here
  • Otherness.co
  • The Pirates Castle 33 Oval Road, Camden Town, NW1 7EA

 

 

 

 

 

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Halloween 2018

It’s October 26th and you still haven’t made plans for Halloween, lets see if we can help.

 

DJ Yoda’s Stranger Things Halloween Party

Got a thing for the 80’s then get those white stilettos, stone washed jeans and back combed hair over to EartH in Dalston for DJ Yoda’s cult 80’s movie fancy dress party, 80’s costumes are MANDATORY. 

  • EartH 11-17 Stoke Newington Road, N16 8BH
  • 2nd Nov from 9pm, Over 18s Only Tickets available here

 

 

BFI Halloween Movie Screenings

Not into costumes, what a movie, BFI will be screening 2 Halloween favourites Shaun of the Dead followed by The Evil Dead on the 31st Oct, don’t forget your popcorn.

  • BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, South Bank, London SE1 8XT
  • 31st Oct from 6pm, Over 18s Only Tickets available here

 

 

Spooky Stories at Shakespeare’s Globe

Something spooky for the kids that doesn’t involve sweets, Terrifying Tales for Enchanted Nights hosted by Vanessa Woolf is a series of spooky stories and tales from around the world told in one of the worlds most famous buildings 

  • 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London SE1 9DT
  • 27th Oct at 11am, suitable for 8 yrs old and older, children under 16 yrs old need to be accompanied by an adult Tickets available here

 

 

London Horror Festival

“The UK’s original and largest festival of live horror performances will return to the Old Red Lion Theatre from 7th October – 3rd November 2018.”

If you like your horror in living colour then a month of live performances, courtesy of the London Horror Festival will be right up your alley.

  • Old Red Lion Theatre 418 St John Street London EC1V 4NJ
  • 7th Oct – 3rd Nov, for tickets and performance listings click here

 

 

One for the Poddles

Even dogs like to dress up every once in a while and what better time then Halloween. Dogs and their owners are invited to the Halloween Dog Walk and Show on the 28th Oct, costumes are welcomed but not mandatory.

Registration begins at 11am and the walk starts at 12, the show commences at 1pm from The Spaniards Inn on the heath. Bring your wellies. 

  • The Spaniards Inn, Spaniards Road, Hampstead, NW3 7JJ
  • 28th Oct, to get involved with the fun click here

 

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Lost for something to do this Halloween, well maybe this will help.

 

  • NECROPOLIS – London’s Journey of the Dead

Between 1854-1941 London’s dead were transported out of the city via the London Necropolis Railway. Closed in 1941 the Necropolis station was locked away and forgotten…until now (dun dun dahhhhhhh).

Discovery London’s largest morgue hidden beneath Waterloo Station. Listen to mad stories and crazy noises as you walk down the aisles of the dead.

Address: To be confirmed upon ticket purchase

Contact: zombieapocalypselondon.co.uk

Cost: From £10, limited £15 tickets available at the door, pre-book to avoid being pissed off.

Date: Thursday 30th Oct – Saturday 1st Nov 2014, times vary between 3pm-7pm, 5pm-7pm & 7pm-10.30pm

 

  • The Coffin Dodgers Disco

Get your groove on without all those young whipper-snappers clogging up the dance floor.

Join the Coffin Dodgers team for a night of boiled sweet munching, “back in my day” chats and sing-a-longs to “real music”.  If you’re under 28yrs old I’m sorry but you are not welcome, ID’s will be checked upon entry so drawing wrinkles on your face will not help!

Address: The Phoenix, Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0PP

Contact: coffindodgersdisco.com and www.phoenixcavendishsquare.co.uk

Cost: Tickets cost £20, call Don for details 07806 710 236

Date: Friday 31st October, from 8pm

 

  • Fancy dress Ghost Train

Get on the spooky party train for 12 hours of fancy dressed awesomeness.

Address: 34 Lower Marsh, London SE1 7RG

Contact: www.carriage34.co.uk

Cost: Free entry for everyone in fancy dress & free blood shots on arrival

Date: Friday 31st October, 4pm – 4am

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  •  Ghost Ship – The Haunted Paddle Steamer

Jump on London’s largest Steamboat for a Halloween party on the murky waters of the Thames.

Get your dance on with 2 decks of tuneage, while you sail east along the river. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, join 5 other boat parties at a secret location for a massive after party. You don’t have to wear fancy dress, but lets be honest it’ll be more fun if you do.

Address: Tower Millenium Pier near Tower Hill Station. The After party is at a secret location, details given on the night.

Contact: www.residentadvisor.net

Cost: Tickets cost £35 for the boat & £3.50 for the after party, from here

Date: Friday 31st October, from 8pm – 6am

 

  • Bogan Bingo Shitty Halloween Disco

Get your Bingo on at this comedy show event in Clapham Junction. Throw on your best (or worst) 80’s gear, enjoy some ‘seated’ bingo action, then dance like a MANIAC till 3am at their shitty disco (their words, not mine!)

Address: The Clapham Grand, 21-25 St John’s Hill, Clapham Junction, London, SW11 1TT

Contact: claphamgrand.com

Cost: Tickets cost £10 for both the Bingo and Disco, or £9 for just the disco from here

Date: Friday 31st October, from 7pm

 

  •  Halloween Tales

So maybe partying isn’t your thing, on your feet for hours dancing in crowded rooms, spending a fortune on drinks and cabs home, no thank you. So why not head over to The Sekirk for a night of classic horror story readings, listen to the tales of M.R. James read by candle light, for a truely bone chilling evening.

Address: Blackshaw Theatre, Selkirk Road, Tooting Broadway, London, SW17 0ES

Contact: www.blackshawonline.com

Cost: Tickets cost £9.90 from here

Date: 31st October & 1st November, from 7.30pm

 

  • Hot tub Halloween

Yep it’s Hot Tub Cinema again. Grab your wet wear and a towel, some friends and couple of pool toys then head over to the tubs for some Halloween favourites. Chose from Scream, Beetlejuice and The Craft (2 of my fav films),seat back and enjoy.

Address: TBC

Contact: hottubcinema.com

Cost: Tickets cost £35 per person or you can grab a private hot tub for up to 6 people from £190 from here

Date: 31st October – 2nd November, from 6.30pm

 

 

  • Candy Kittens Pop-up West Fields White City

Not exactly an event,  but if you like Made in Chelsea you may want to head over to Westfields White City. Jame Laing’s Candy Kittens van has set up camp for a Halloween spooktastic Pop-up shop.

Head over to the Southern Terrace were the sweet treat truck will be stationed until the 2nd November.

Address: Westfields London, Ariel Way, Shepherd’s Bush, London, W12 7GF

Contact: uk.westfield.com

Cost: It’s free baby, except the sweets, those you have to pay for.

Date: Until the 2nd November, from 10am – 7pm

 

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Whatever you do have an awesome Halloween…unless your summoning an undead army, in which case you can sod off!