Soul Food are bringing Mexican morsels, dastardly DJs and phantasmal fun to the horrible hoards in the name of Halloween. Putting on a Day of the Dead extravaganza over three nights and two venues, they prove that any notable event be it pagan, religious or invented by the greeting card business is a damn fine excuse to have a wee shindig and stuff yourself silly. 

 Soul Food Halloween

Munch, maraud and maraca your way through Halloween. Because skulls just want to have fun. 

Rattle your bones down to Peel & Stone at 7pm on 30th Oct to gobble down a Mexican feast of mole, galinia enchiladas, whitefish cerviche and tacos asada. Makes a nice change from the usual diet of human flesh. It's £25 for 4 courses and BYOB, so pick a bottle from your poison collection. Next it's time for something a little feistier, and on the 31st Dom Servini of Wah-Wah 45 is possessing The Church with sinister sounds. Before you return to hell, purgatory or whatever repugnant resting place you call home, there's just enough time for a zombie knees-up at the Church! Put some welly into your fancy dress to bag some free tequila, then blaspheme the night away!