Halloween Events in London
Ghoulish gals and ghastly guys, the witching hour is most definitely upon us. To mark our excitement for this blood curdling romp, we've put together our pick of the best Halloween parties in London, combining all of the city listings to provide you with one spooktacular range of Halloween events. You could end up at the best fancy dress party in Shoreditch, or you could end up in one of the capital's most banging of nightclubs, but one thing's for sure, it's going OFF this Halloween in London 2016.
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Last updated on 26th October 2016
Prepare yourselves for one of the most unique Halloween events in London. A night or horror, lust, miscreants and mischief, join this Halloween ball for a night of live burlesque performances, artistry, a photo booth a naked feast and plenty more scares and misbehaving.
What better night to open Pandora's box than on Halloween, just as Gilgamesh, the Camden club, plans to do? Performers, dancers and entertainers will be putting on a live freak show; dress up and get into the spooky spirit at these seriously sexy club.
It's All Hallows Eve and The Last Tuesday Society are gathering a communion for all creatures of the night to come and join La Dance Macabre at The Clapham Grand. Embody your finest demons, paint your face and dress to scare as a night of adventures, dance and unholy desires comes to life at this halloween event in London.
Returning after yet another successful Halloween extravaganza last year, the Roof Gardens invite guests for what is quite possibly the best Halloween Party in the capital. With eerie cobwebs draped across the venue's many branches, a handful of spooky characters spread across the garden and plenty of bone-chilling surprises up their sleeves, the team have gone all out, offering a complimentary cocktail to any brave soul that arrives before 9pm.
Step into an exciting new world and experience cinema like you have never seen it before this halloween.
An evening of Rocky Horror inspired entertainment is coming to London courtesy of The Glam Clam! Promising an extravaganza of live performance and exquisite food, strap yourself in for an all-in-one event featuring a bespoke three-course menu, an outrageous live show from an ensemble of characters, fine wine and Rocky Horror inspired cocktails - it’s sure to be an epic night for those wanting something different.
Ordinarily a hotbed for burgers and American live sports, come Saturday 29th Frankie's Sports Bar and Diner will be completely transformed into a hellish hangout of scarily good cocktails, fancy dress and spooky beats. Head down if you dare.
Freakshow is not for the faint hearted; it's for the ones who wanted to be terrified silly and party the night away at London's first Freakshow Clubaret. Join the plague doctor as he leads you through a pit of hell with ritual sacrifices, demon births and banquet of blasphemy, before partying the night away in scarily-sassy fashion.
Who doesn't love Stranger Things? No one that's who, but Trailer Happiness, the award-winning cocktail bar, is making it even better this Halloween. There will be screenings of the Netflix classic, Tiki cocktails and an '80s disco that will have you dancing into the witching hour.
Taking an ordinary Halloween night and infusing it with fire-breathing performances and sultry routines, Proud Cabaret in Camden offer London's adventurous crowds a great way to spend their Halloween weekend in London. The evening will include a delicious 3 course dinner, followed by a number of stunning cabaret performances, before rounding off with a frivolous after party.
The team behind Big Night out host a stunning Halloween special, inviting the city's party-mad crowds to join them in a zombie themed celebration of all things haunted. Guiding you to 5 of Soho's wildest Halloween parties, the night will include queue jump access to the best bars and clubs in town, plus a handful of free shots and an enticing number of irresistible drink deals. Grab your mates, dress in your scariest zombie outfit and head over to what is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
To celebrate All Hallow’s Eve this year, you’re invited to a masquerade ball deep within the circles of Hell. Descend the ladder of sin - abandoning all hope as you enter - and immerse yourself in a stunning night of entertainment featuring a 70-piece orchestra as well as live performances from Royal Ballet dancers, singers and actors.
Nightmares and fear-induced shivering comes hand in hand with a trip to the Twisted Circus Halloween Extravaganza. From eerie spirits lurking in the corner to ghastly visits by the Angel of Death, Rah Rah Rooms in Mayfair will be transformed into a chaotic scene that send shivers down even the bravest spines. With huge DJ sets and great drinks framing this Halloween event in London, you definitely won't forget a night out here.
How about a spooky and beautiful Halloween? Cruise the Thames and see London from the river aboard Jewel of London, a party boat that specialises in good-time parties. This Halloween they're inviting you to don your scariest outfit and party for four hours as DJs and punch make sure you have the best start to the night.
Bodo’s Schloss will undergo a complete transformation before opening for a night of Horror’wood Glamour as part of their super freaky Halloween celebrations. With celebrities haunting the hallways and fallen icons coming out to party, this will be a star-studded night out with a macabre twist. Dressing up is compulsory, there’s a three-course feast to be had and resident DJs come out to play from 11pm.
With a deadly virus spreading across the world and turning healthy people into blood craved zombies, the end is most definitely nigh. With only a few hours left, guests are invited to dance there troubles away at the Electric Circus in Brixton. With a star-studded line-up of DJs and an impressive drinks selection, you'll soon forget about the impending doom at this fun Halloween event in London.
Welcoming every guest with 'Ahoy Matey', and engulfed by fume of rum, the Pirates of the River Thames is a Halloween event like no other. Setting sale from the Tower Millennium Pier, guests will help the crew of the mysterious Dutch Master Vessel search up and down the Thames for treasure. With DJ Suave playing all your favourite new and old skool tracks, the evening's proceedings will be hosted by none other than Captain Jack Sparrow.
Headed out this Halloween and looking for some of the finest cocktails in the business? Get set for scares as Midnight Apothecary host their Halloween spectacular for a night of carved pumpkins, themed potions, fire pits, marshmallows and plenty more.
Prepare to go down the rabbit hole to the weird and wonderful party that is Trapped in Wonderland as Cafe 1001 unveil a roaring party. Host to over 600 guests this Halloween, get set for DJ rooms, fancy dress guests and plenty more.
Masonic Murders is a unique evening set in one of London's best kept secrets. The immersive theatre experience delves into the murky world of masonry and murder as they bring on a range of characters, from Jack the Ripper to H.H Holmes, all set in the beautiful Mason Temple in the Andaz Hotel.
When it comes to one of the most unique Halloween events in London, there's nothing quite like a dose of creepy cavorting atop the Thames. Join Turnt for just that as they provide a backdrop of iconic London landmarks alongside three floors of Halloween partying, DJs and dancing.
As the sun goes down and the ghouls and gals come out to play this Halloween in London, there's one event that's taking you back to the spooky, swinging sixties. Join Mrs Peel as not only are you set to be entertained by the likes of the Bikini Beach Band, there's compere Count Indigo, cocktails and more.
For a night of chilling scenes and blood-curdling screams, head to the iconic Rivoli Ballroom in South London. Steeped in history and the site of a number of blockbuster films itself, the venue will play host to a live screening of the scary 1978 thriller Halloween. Alongside showing the terrifying film on a big screen, guests will be able to enjoy a range of craft beers, ales, fine wines and all the delicious food that we've come to associate with the cinema.
Bone chilling and spine tingling by definition, the Halloween Freak Show at Farringdon's Bounce will leave your jaw hanging on the ground. Trash your friends at a few games of Ping Pong, reinvent yourself for the night at their UV face paint stall or perhaps just grab yourself a spooky potion and dance the night away to all the sounds of DJ Shredded Pete.
You’ve heard the rumours, and now it’s time to experience this legendary east end boozer’s Halloween knees up for yourself. Wind your way up their back staircase and discover this iconic pub’s secrets, with an epic gin selection, Thames water cocktails, free face painting and free chips seeing you through to the wee hours at one of the best Halloween parties in Spitalfields.
Dance music power house Hed Kandi are heading to McQueen in Shoreditch for a devilish night of sexy fun. Featuring world-class DJs, performers and incredible music, make your Halloween a hardcore one at this amazing party.
Halloween is usually one of the biggest nights of the year at Trapeze and we’re happy to say that this year’s event looks to continue that trend. Promising a ghoulish night out featuring wild circus acts, fortune-telling, a make-up stand (to top up your facepaint) and some really good special drinks at the bar, it’s only right that you don your most extravagant and outlandish costume and immerse yourself in this freaky night out.
Here for two days only, zombies are roaming the streets of London and your mission now is focused solely on survival. The latest interactive and immersive gaming experience to come to the city is a positively terrifying affair, where adrenaline will be high and friendships will be tested to the max. Take part in this real-life game experience then dance into the night at the after-party… if you survive.
All Star Lanes are getting seriously spooky for Halloween as they transform their venues into dens of frightful fun. Start your afternoon with a bottomless brunch of Bloody Marys before DJs take to the decks for long nights of fun-time partying. Bring your best game and challenge your mates to a game of bowling in one of the most fun Halloween activities.
Get your Halloween weekend celebrations kick-started with a special brunch party in the depths of the Haunted Vaults below Putney Pies! Kicking off from midday on Saturday 29th, you can expect a hair-raising experience featuring freakshow performers, devilish DJ line-ups and canapes although there’s nothing spooky about the drink deals - you can get complimentary cocktails between 12 and 1pm.
Three Six Six in Battersea host a Halloween event that merges the flirtatious fetish world with all the haunting things we love about Halloween. Immersive by nature and pushing every boundary it comes in contact with, the night will feature a number of stunning performances and a range of Halloween themed, glow-in-the-dark cocktails. To ensure things remain on an even keel, the kitchen will be serving stunning Spanish tapas dishes, bursting with as much vibrancy as the rest of the night.
Looking for one of the most quirky Halloween events in London this year? Then Drink Shop Do have your back, sell-out every year and providing you creative creeps with a cool out-let, join them for a roster of pumpkin carving nights, themed cocktails, spooky interiors and more.
Given that the Dead Dolls House is based in a rickety Victorian townhouse, it's no surprise that the team here love throwing haunted Halloween parties. Of course, this year is no different. Serving an early dinner to brave souls, things then kick up a notch, when the line-up of stunning DJs fill the entire house with thudding bass and trembling choruses. Pull on your best costume and head down to this fun-loving Halloween event in London.
For a brilliantly unique way to celebrate Halloween this year, head to Bounce on Old Street and tuck into a brunch spectacular. With bottomless glasses of prosecco, slice after slice of freshly made wood-fired pizza and all the Ping Pong you could want, pull on your scariest outfit and gorge yourself on the copious amounts of food on offer.
Join the Duke's Head this Halloween in London as they scare heebie jeebies out of Putney with their Black Masquerade Ball. A night of mischief and marauding for just £3 a ticket, don your finest in freaky regalia and join the pubbing team for drinking, dancing, and the secrets to eternal life.....so they say.
Taking your Halloween night and combining it with some of London's most sultry performers, the Camden Cabaret Club work alongside the House of Cabaret to offer an October celebration that you won't forget anytime soon. Hosted by renowned performer Tempest Rose, the evening will feature a handful of dazzling yet terrifying cabaret routines and individual showpieces. With prizes handed to the person with the best costume, this event is perfect for anyone looking to immerse themselves this Halloween.
Join 300 other crazed revellers for a Halloween bar crawl like no other. Dress in your scariest attire, head to Soho and prepare for one of the funniest nights out in London. Visiting a number of different bars and clubs - all of which have been appropriately decorated - the route will be lined by a number of free shots and quirky cocktail potions. With free entry and queue jump privileges to every bar that you go to, you'll definitely enjoy this Halloween spectacular.
Never mind these roaming clowns (what is their game?), the most terrifying scene this Halloween will be around the bars and clubs of Soho. That’s where you’ll find the huge BarHopping crowds, partying in four of the top bars in town with welcome shots and discount drinks along the way. As if that wasn’t already enough, there’s the prospect of free shots and unlimited pizza in the first bar to get you started!
Barrio whisk you away to celebrate Mexico’s Day of the Dead this Halloween as they put on a tequila-fuelled knees up of Aztec proportions. Tuck into tacos, fix up your make up with their facepainters, line-up those mezcal cocktails at the bar then go big on the dance floor - DJs play a party mash-up guaranteed to have you dancing into the wee hours.
With a zombie apocalypse consuming much of the city, Bounce in Shoreditch invite guests to their humble shelter for an evening of huge tunes, frightful sites and all the ping pong fun you can handle. Forget all about the horde of killer zombies heading your way, grab a potion at the bar and dance your troubles away on their spooky dance floor. With eerie characters waiting in the dark corners and even some UV painting, this is one Halloween event you don't want to miss.
Leave your inhibitions at the door and throw yourself into this Horror spook-tacular at Hyde on Saturday 29th. They’ll have a special guest DJ to help create that dark and mysterious mood with a setlist of funky house, RnB and hip-hop jams. Open from 9pm until well beyond the witching hour there’s a free cocktail in it for you if you’re in before 10.30pm and a prize for the best fancy dress on the night.
Dead Famous is, perhaps unsurprisingly, an event that celebrates the legacy of our fallen icons. Get all dressed up as your favourite hero and you’ll get free entry (there’s a £5 charge going to Neuroblastoma UK if not) and come for a party that features Halloween pizzas, burgers, punch, face-painting, themed cocktails and… ah hem… dead good DJs.
The Shoreditch Pub Crawl are hosting a night of wild fun as they tour Shoreditch for Halloween. Dress up in an original and scary outfit for your chances to win prizes, there is free entry to at least four venues complete with a free shot and there will be plenty of fun and games.
Champagne and wicked elegance are the least that can be asked for in commiserating 150 years since the death of Madame Clicquot, the woman who brought us her eponymous Champagne, Veuve Clicquot. Head to C&B Monument for a night of wickedness and bubbles.
Want something a bit different this Halloween? The Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club welcomes The Four Femmes to the stage for their fancy dress party with a twist, where these born performers will impress with their witty and charismatic take on London life. Get all dressed up and head along for an alternative Halloween bash featuring songs from the 40s, blues, jazz and Motown classics.
SO.UK in Clapham is celebrating Halloween with a touch of Venetian class this Halloween as they throw a masked ball. Dress up, put on a beautiful mask and dance to the best DJs as the South London bar raises the temperature this October.
Pop Brixton is putting the roof back on as they bring back the dead for their Halloween spooktacular. Dress up as a deceased celebrity and dance the night away to some of the biggest names in music, from Whitney Houston to David Bowie.
Get those Halloween weekender celebrations underway at a movie night screening one of the most iconic horror films. 36 years since its debut and The Shining is still a classic; and you can catch a screening at the historic Rivoli Ballroom in south London. There’s to be two bars serving up ales, ciders, beers and wines, as well as a few tasty treats in the form of hot dogs, popcorn and ice cream. Whatever you do, just don’t go alone.
Swanky private members club Beaufort House Chelsea is putting on a luxurious Halloween party as they open up the club for a bash like no other. Join top DJs in the candle-lit rooms of the 'haunted' house as Gatsby comes to life in a haunting way. There will be feathers, Champagne and lots of '20s style.
Tuck into the creeping tales of trap, house and hip hop music this Halloween in London as the Turnt team come out to play. Headed to The Qube Project for the ultimate clubbing affair, head on down for freaky feelings, bumping bass lines and more set across two floors.
Sitting in the shadow of the iconic Tower of London, the Haunted Medieval Banquet serves London an immersive Halloween event like no other. Resurrecting Henry VIII and his medieval subjects, the event will both serve guests a delicious 4 course, authentic medieval dinner and show them exactly what life was like for Britain's elites back in the 16th century. Expect plenty of pumpkin soup, a few dead jesters and even a handful of terrifying surprises.
Returning for another year after wowing London's Halloween obsessed crowds last year, the Toy Shop in South London converts itself into a mysterious house of eerie figures and spine-tingling frights this October, throwing a UV drenched party like no other. Expect to find plenty of UV cannons, various face-painting stands and a line-up of DJs capable of competing with the best.
Sleek, suave and full of attitude, the team at Chelsea's Juju combines flirtation with fright this Halloween, hosting a Fetish and Fantasy Halloween party. Based on the ever-opulent King's Road, the expect to see an array of different haunting lingerie costumes, each more frightening than the next. With a stunning line-up of DJs maintaining the fun-loving vibes long into the early hours, the night will be full of heavy tunes, terrifying sights and plenty of naughty kink.
Get spooky this Halloween with The Spooky Pineapple's three course meal held in a secret location. Dress up in your most frightening outfit and enjoy a delicious Halloween feast, Prosecco and whack interiors. If you fancy carving your own spooky pineapple while sipping bubbles, head to the Pimp Your Pineapple Pumpkin the day before.
Things are getting ghostly on the Thames as the ghost ship invites pirates and zombies aboard for a Halloween party to remember. There will be DJs, £3.5 shots, two decks of devilish dance music and 50% off for early diners, and tickets start from only £6.
Get ready for the ultimate 80s mash-up as Zebrano's in Soho throws a Halloween bash to remember. Taking inspiration from Stranger Things, Michael Jackson and Ghost Buster's, their party will feature happy hour prices until midnight and a whole host of special spooky cocktails.
Bringing the days of prohibition America 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 zombie swing band and plenty of Halloween themed cocktails, the entire venue will be beautifully decorated with a smattering of creepy antiques, plenty of jack-o-lanterns and a handful of haunting props. Unwind, sit back and spend your Halloween in London in the 1920s.
Cybil’s House lands at The White Swan this Halloween to host an event sure to get that pulse racing. Enter through the Haunted Maze and lose yourself in 3 warped rooms of terror, then enter the Basement Dungeon Club if you dare to find 3 bars and 2 rooms of commercial and classic party tunes. Don’t forget to go all in with the fancy dress stakes - there’s cash prizes to be won.
With a global epidemic wiping out the planet and causing the dead to rise up as the living, join the populace of zombies and wonder across East London with the famous Shoreditch pub crawl, searching for survivors in East London's best bars and clubs. With discounted drinks, a handful of free drinks and queue jump into the always-buzzing Club Aquarium, how better to spend your Halloween this year than dressed head to toe as zombies and wandering around the finest establishments in Shoreditch?
Halloween is taken seriously as Shane's On Canalside as the bar and restaurant throws a party starting with pumpkin carving, steaks and happy hours during the day before going onto the night festivities; there will be DJs and dancing. Dress up for your chance to win free drinks all night.
Looking Glass Cocktail Club in Shoreditch is throwing a Halloween party with a difference. The 1920s speakeasy is hosting an evening of cabaret and burlesque as the characters of your favourite fairy tales take a sexy and gruesome turn, there will be special Alice-in-Wonderland cocktails and a heap of aftershow entertainment.
There’s no denying it: we’ve lost some of the most iconic celebrities of our time in 2016. Ladybird are honouring these fallen heroes at their Dead Famous Halloween party, where you’re invited to dress up as your Bowies and your Princes and hit the dance floor hard in their honour, with hip-hop, RnB, classic funk and disco tunes ringing out long into the early hours.
The Rivoli Ballroom is one of the most stunning places to visit in the city, and you could spend your Halloween there this October in London. Joined by Rouges for the ultimate, deadly disco, head on down for an evening of grandeur, retro dancing and devilish antics aplenty.
Join Shaka Zulu for the ultimate Walking Dead special this Halloween in London as they're kitting out creepy clubbers with a roster of R'N'B bangers, a roaring dance floor, stunning interiors, late night antics and plenty more come sundown.
For a Halloween night with a difference why not jump aboard 400-capacity The Dutch Master Boat for a night of pirate-inspired revelry. Fancy dress is expected as you cruise the Thames listening to DJ Sauve spinning the decks with his mix of new and old school classics.
Never one to turn down a party, and inviting XclusiveTouch along for the spooky ride this Halloween in London, Opal are going all out for a dose of freaky fun. Join them not only for soaring dance floor beats and party bangers, but a brilliant set of live performances and antics.
Indulge in all things Black Magic this Halloween courtesy of Shaka Zulu. Not only will you immersive yourself in the dark and creepy world of live magicians, performers, artists and more, get your creepiest outfit on for DJs and dancing until hell opens its doors.
In case you’ve not heard of these guys before, Hip Hop Brunch brings a seriously fun, raucous brunch party soundtracked by the biggest hip hop beats to London. Join them for their Halloween special where they’ll get you started with bottomless cocktails between 12 and 1pm, before serving up a 3-course Dirty South menu and then dancing the afternoon away to all your favourite old-school beats.
When Steam and Rye do Halloween they go hard and this year will be no different. With professional dancers, an incredible bar design that has upped the ante in the name of Halloween and prizes for the best dressed, this is bound to be a night to remember.
The annual High Fashion Ball returns to London, this year taking place in the swanky Broadway House in Fulham. Get out your best gear for a truly stunning array of Halloween high jinxs as London's best dressed take to the runway, there's fun and games and from 10pm a DJ will get behind the decks.
Halloween isn’t all about fancy dress club nights, though. There’s also some top notch stand up comedy to be had on Saturday 29th, and it’s all thanks to the Top Secret Comedy Club. Come along for an alternative to your standard Halloween set-up and enjoy sets from some of the top names on the circuit right now - with an amazing atmosphere and cheap drinks flowing at the bar.
McQueen is hosting a huge Halloween night as they fly in Tod Terry fresh from NYC. The DJ will be spinning his giant brand of hot hits as dancers and performers dazzle. Dress to impress as the theme is day of the dead.
The most popular bingo night returns this October for a very special Halloween night in London. Musical Bingo takes over the Concrete in Shoreditch and offers the city's eager crowds a night of creepy characters, bone-chilling surprises and haunting rounds. Usually framed with belly-aching laughter, this Halloween event will leave you sleeping with the lights on, as the team present their usual wonderful mix of songs and bingo that tests out your music knowledge.
A movie and a club night for £1 - sounds pretty sweet, doesn’t it? This is what the £1 Cinema Club is famous for, opening up for a Halloween special where they’ll show Scary Movie on a gigantic screen while you munch away at unlimited popcorn washed down by themed creepy cocktails. Bring your mates along and take in this classic horror flick; there’s prizes for the best costumes, hotdogs and dance-off competitions at the Halloween Ball which continues until 3am once the credits have rolled.
The Signal are pulling out the stops and slapping on a four-course meal for Halloween. Not just any four-course meal though, it will be medieval themed and accompanied with bubbles and dancing. Fancy dress is expected so get out those suits of armour and get ready for a truly unique Halloween night in London.
Bring out the butcher's table and ghostly goings on as Battersea bar Subrub SW11 throw their Halloween parties. The evening starts with nibbles and finger food, before a DJ takes to the decks. There are prizes for fancy dress and tickets cost £15 which includes 2 complimentary drinks.
Dirty Retro are making their spooky debut at the Magic Roundabout at one of the best free Halloween events in London this year. Kicking off bright and early from 3pm, expect a unique blend of distorted disco, house and retro tunes from the 70s up to and including the 90s from this unique spot atop Old Street roundabout. There’s also going to be face painting, face morph photo booths, blood punch and creepy cocktails galore!
Combining immersive entertainment with an ‘escape the room’ styled format, there’s no better time to discover the dark and comedic tale of Lady Chastity than Halloween. Venture out of your comfort zone and take on one of the best alternative activities with your mates, there’s a bottle of Lady C’s fabled aphrodisiac wine in it for those who are successful. If Hackney doesn’t really fit your plans, play the game in Battersea instead!
A Trump-themed Halloween special - it was really only a matter of time, wasn’t it? Welcome to an alternative universe where Donny T is in power and has pushed the nuclear button, plunging the world into an apocalyptic world of zombies, renegades and mutants. Get all dressed up - think Mad Max meets Trump and lots of orange - and look forward to a night featuring 8 DJs, electro tunes, art and immersive experiences.
The first of a four night spooktacular celebration taking place at Zebrano Soho this Halloween, head over to Greek Street for a series of ghostly games, Halloween trivia, themed cocktails and plenty of heady fun, where guests will party well past the witching hour.
Join one of the most notable names in East London partying this Halloween in London as the Paradise team come out to play. From party classics and hip-hop beats to a fancy dress crowd, it's call kicking off once the sun goes down and the ghouls unveil themselves.
Ravens Ait - the enchanting island on the Thames - is transforming into the Isle of Fright (see what they did there?) for Halloween come Saturday 29th. Aside from partying at one of the most unique spots in south London, you can look forward to a spooky cocktail upon arrival, a hot fork buffet, DJs and dancing, and there’s a prize for the best costume.
Do you know a theme that isn't explored enough for Halloween? Medieval. Fortunately Black Horse is changing that with their four-course Medieval dinner, there will be a Champagne reception and dancing well into the early hours - enough to make out forefathers truly proud.
Dirty Martini is getting chic for Halloween as they put on a bash in their bars with a chic Halloween theme. There will be a happy hour until 8pm, Prosecco for the best dressed and DJs until 3am to keep you dancing all night.
Combining laser tag, blood-thirsty creatures and a handful of mysteries, End Game is an immersive Halloween event that'll test your composure, your intuition and your laser tag skills. The event will take place at Shoreditch's Haunted House and will place teams of colleagues, family members and friends in a locked room with an army of the undead fast approaching. With clues and riddles to be solved, and weapons to be collected, there is only 1 objective... survival.
Complete with themed rooms, jaw-dropping live performances and a handful of terrifying characters lurking in every corner, the Hell Freezes Over Halloween Ball will consume Scala in central London, bringing together Halloween-mad revellers from all over. Alongside exploring the many heavily decorated rooms - each of which house depictions of hell - the main events will take place on the stage, where the likes of Lolo Brow, Dusty Limits and the dazzling Ghana Flying Stars will defy the odds with their adventurous turns and complex routines.
Returning after striking fear in the hearts of hundreds last year, the London Cabaret Club hosts a Zombie Ball that's sure to leave you constantly looking over your shoulder. With a bit of a reputation for diving head-first into every theme, guests can expect to find 3 rooms of terrifying decorations, a number of scary drag queens wandering round and a few spine-shilling creatures hiding in the corner. With the world renowned DJ Seb Fountaine in charge of the decks, guests can dance long into the dark night at this immersive Halloween event in London.
The cocktail connoisseurs that are Be At One are throwing a Hallloween party filled with fun and most importantly, cocktails. With a Day of the Dead theme, there will be a specially designed martini and you could win a £100 bar tab if your fancy dress is up to scratch.
Want a no-holds barred night of big beats and fancy dress shenanigans? Camden’s most infamous Halloween party is back at the Lockside Lounge, where DJ Rugrat and friends will keep you dancing to the best in hellish hip-hop, gruesome garage and haunted house beats. The fancy dress policy? Well there’s absolutely no restrictions on that; so get creative and the best costumes on the night will be rewarded with free booze.
Cargo are getting sinful this Halloween as they open their doors for a frightful bonanza until 6am. The Shoreditch club will be joined by The Dolls, a fire-breathing, acrobatic performing and burlesque acting troupe who will dazzle and amaze.
Shoreditch is about to get a whole lot spookier with The Original Shoreditch Pub Crawl's Deadly Disney Night. Dress us as a killer Mickey or evil Aladdin as you tour some of East London's best clubs and pubs for a night of dressed-up debauchery. There will be games, shots and lots of fun.
It’s Friday night of the Halloween weekender, of course Cargo are going big. Always a huge draw from clubbers right across the city, you won’t want to miss this frightful Friday night out where some of the creepiest creatures out in Shoreditch will gather on the dance floor. Expect sets from the main resident DJs ‘til sunrise.
Tropicana Beach Club are hosting their first ever Halloween party this October as performers, DJs and entertainers take over the good-time club. An infectuous diesease is striking down party-goers and it's your job to stop the ghostly pirate ship that seems to be spreading it.
Get with the Halloween program and head on down to The Roxy this October for a creepin' night to remember. Not only offering free shot of tequila to the first 50 party patrons through the door, there's going to be music, dancing and plenty more as the undead walk the earth.
For a night of real screams of terror, look no further than Thames Thriller, as you whizz down the river at neck-breaking speed. Guides will explain the city to you and all its gruesome gory; once you've finished, warm up with a hot toddy.
Get ready to scare yourself silly as The Grand is bringing all of Halloween's most scary characters to life with their Halloween Movie Ball. Dress up and get into the spirit with their freaky photo booth, ghoulsome make-overs and The Time Warp mass dance-along.
The Grove in South London dives straight into Halloween this year, offering guests a chance to let their creative juices following with a frivolous pumpkin carving session. Accompanied by delicious Halloween-themed treats created by the venue's head chef - including mummified Camembert and an intriguing witches brew - the day will test out your skills with a craving knife and will push guests to create as scary a design as they can.
Throwing it down this Halloween in London? It's none other than the iconic XclusiveTouch as their heralded, and spooky bash makes its way to 28 West for a thrilling night of DJs, partying and more as some of the coolest ghosts and ghouls come out to play.
Not satisfied with simply offering Shoreditch a stunning late night streetfood market, the team behind Last Days of Shoreditch host a zombie themed Halloween party this October. Alongside all the delicious streetfood dishes on offer, the entire party will be framed by terrifying costumes and unbelievable DJ sets by the likes of Belle and Bex, Clint Lee and Shane Watcha.