Fancy Dress Halloween Events in London
Whether you fancy cruising around the city like a cat, or you're pulling out all the stops on a zealous zombie to remember, whatever fancy dress foray that you fancy, we've got them. Boasting some of the best Halloween events in London, you could be getting ghoulish in Golders Green, prancing around like a pumpkin in St Pancras, or feeling witchy in West London. Check out our guide to the best fancy dress Halloween events in London, and get ready for skeletons and scares a-plenty.
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Last updated on 16th August 2017
Certain to both thrill and leave you terrified, the Halloween Ball at The Mansion is an October event that you definitely don't want to miss. Expect to find two floors of terror, a quirky bar serving all sorts of terrifying tipples and plenty of haunting characters lurking in the corners. With a strict Halloween dress code in force, there aren't many better ways to celebrate all the things that go bump in the night.
The Coronet in South London is hosting one of the eeriest Halloween nights out in London this year. Inspired by the terrifying vibes of the classic 1973 black comedy Theatre of Blood, Suzette Field and A Curious Invitation are setting up nine stages of live shows. With 150 performers on the night and encouraging all its guests to dress up in their scariest attire, this promises to be a scene you won't forget.
From a ghoulish Spanish garden to an creepy English garden filled with ivy and hidden corners, The Roof Gardens are putting on a show this Halloween. Dress up in your spookiest outfit and head over to Kensington for a Halloween party in a truly iconic location.
Bringing the days of American prohibition back to life and giving things a bit of a spooky twist, The Candelit Club is a secret bar that offers Londoners a brilliant way to spend their Halloween weekend. With a live swing band and are the best prohibition era cocktails, the entire room will be beautifully decorated with jack-o-laterns, draping cobwebs and eerie antiques. Let your creative side shine, decision your own outfit and spend the your Halloween in the swinging 1920s.