It’s time to bite into the guide for the celebration of Halloween in London. This year, we will be celebrating Halloween on Monday 31st October and it goes without saying that London is bursting with some superb events to make you sink your fangs into. After carving your creepy pumpkins and transforming your white bed sheets into ghosts, this Halloween is going to get a lot creepier. There is so many gruesome things that you can do for Halloween, so get ready to freak out in London.
Horror Films in the City
Catch the Shining and Halloween for the special screenings by none other than the Crofton Park Pictures at Lewisham for just £12. The venue is the Rivoli Ballroom on Thursday 27th Oct and Friday 28th Oct at 8p.m. Enjoy the perfect Halloween atmosphere with hot dogs, ice-cream, popcorn and booze.
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Haunted Medieval Banquet
Experience Halloween from an angle of the past at the special Medieval Banquet’s themed dinner at Ivory House, St Katharine’s Dock from Wednesday 26th Oct to Sunday 30th October. Meet King Henry for only £25, and he got a few skeletons in his closet to show you with the help of his dead employees and wives. Wear your craziest and scariest costume to enjoy a great four-course dinner in their underground hall, plus there will also be numerous brew concocted by the witches especially for you.
It’s time to connect with the night-call at the Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen, the secret den where you can grab some strange cocktails and enjoy great food for just £5 while scaring everyone with your awesome Halloween costume.
Extra Creepy Zoo
An exceptional Halloween party with creepy family friendly activities is waiting for you at the Whipsnade Zoo. While little ones can register at the Ghoul School to wrap up mummies and concoct potions, you can indulge in pumpkin carving and mask making in the Bat cave, and go for a ghoul hunt on board the stream train. You can join the animal crazy fun until Monday 31st of October and have fun with the inhabitants of the zoo.
Experience the scent of Death
Join Barts Pathology Museum on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th of October at the Robin Brook Centre in West Smithfield and enjoy frozen desserts of the dead with shortbread skeleton and everything that’s related to body parts. Discover the cannibalistic rituals used during funerals and the body farms on Friday. And get ready to dig the soil that is edible on Saturday and eat the excavated parts. This will be certainly be the best gruesome treat for you.