Best Halloween Parties in Glasgow
Here at DMN, we’ll go for any old excuse to dress up and go a little crazy, and that’s exactly why Halloween is one of our favourite times of the year. We’ve drawn up a shortlist of some of our favourite Halloween events in Glasgow this year, so whether you’re looking for a pumping fancy dress club night or a full-on festival at one of the city’s most haunted locations, we’ll definitely have something for you. Read on for our complete guide to going out in Glasgow this Halloween.
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Last updated on 13th October 2017
Club Noir is one of the city's most infamous nights and this Halloween they're pulling out all the stops. Join burlesque performers, freaky acrobats, cabaret stars, love witches and more at the O2 Academy.
This classic horror film is getting a haunting revamp this Halloween. Head to Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall to watch Alfred Hitchcock's iconic movie, backed up by live music as an orchestral band play the soundtrack.
For an alternative Halloween in Glasgow, join the Glitter and Grind Revue, a show harking back to the golden age of burlesque and cabaret with the brightest and sparkliest stars on the scene.
Taking place at Metropolitan Bar, this night is all about socialising and fun. Dress up and meet other femme lesbians at this mixer which includes matchmakers, games, fun and maybe even a little bit of love.
Loud and brash, this night is a mix of cabaret, burlesque and comedy. Taking place in The Britannia Panopticon Music Hall, get ready for all things raucous as acts dance off and raffles get the audience involved.
If you like your Halloween events in Glasgow with some of the best beats in the world, then head to this party at SWG3. The warehouse club's rooms will be hosting the likes of Slam and Richie Hawtin, to name a few.
Give your Halloween in Glasgow an old-school makeover with this drive-in movie night. Taking place at The Riverside Museum, you can catch either Scream (9pm) or Ghostbusters (6pm) and all money raised will go to The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.
Work your noggin this Halloween in Glasgow as Loks Bar and Kitchen host another Murder Mystery night. The restaurant will treat you to three courses along with role play and clues to help you work out who dunnit.
Former church St Luke's and the Winged Ox is bringing the spirit of Mexico to Glasgow for a massive fiesta this Halloween. Expect everything from live music and DJs through to tequila and pinatas.
Hillhead Bookclub are hosting three days of Halloween madness as they put on Nightmare on Vinicombe Street. Expect all sorts of shenanigans with creepy dolls, deadly disco and ghoulish sounds.