Halloween Nightlife in London

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The Mansion London Halloween Ball
Club De Fromage Halloween Special: Zombies Ate My Dance Floor
Halloween at Sky Garden
The Dark Circus Party Halloween Special
Proud Slaughterhouse IV Halloween Party
Halloween Spooktacular at The Roof Gardens
The Theatre of Blood - A Halloween Ball
The Theatre of Blood - A Halloween Ball
Halloween: Carnival Of Carnage
Wahaca presents Day of the Dead
Halloween Crazy Circus Party
Halloween Horror Movie Ball
 

 

This Halloween there will be plenty of things going bump in the night. Once the sun goes down the city comes to life (even for those beyond the grave). So be brave, step out from under the covers and party the night away at these devilish events.

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Halloween at Sky Garden

The rooftop venue takes Halloween to horrifying new heights.

Sky Garden, 20 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 3BY

Tube: Monument Station , Bank Station, Cannon Street Station

 

Dates: 27th October 2017

 

Adding another fear factor to Halloween, Sky Garden is taking the occasion to horrifying new heights with a party 35 storeys high. Promising to be bigger than ever, the party will see the venue transformed into a suitably spooky space with an evening of hell-raising tricks and treats, live music, freakishly fabulous cocktails and late-night dancing. Guests are invited to don their best fancy dress before being made up by the on-site make-up artists on the night and dancing the night away to live music from The Soul Jets and sets from top London DJs, which will take party-goers through to the early hours.

 
 
 

Cirque Du Soul: Halloween House Party

A travelling troupe of misfits come together for one night only.

The Grand, Clapham, 21-25 St John's Hill, Clapham, London, SW11 1TT

Tube: Clapham South Station

 

Dates: 27th October 2017

 

This Halloween, Clapham Grand rounds up a travelling troupe of misfits for one night only for the Cirque Du Soul: Halloween House Party. An evening of twisted circus, monsters and freaks, it will transform the venue into a haunted house and present Cirque Du Soul's winning formula of burlesque, bass and uninhibited bohemia. Prepare yourself for immersive theatre, circus performers, huge production, confetti and face painting. The music will offer house party vibes, with a throwback to the '70s, '80s and '90s as well as taking it into the present. And don't forget to rummage through your dressing up box as fancy dress is compulsory.

 
 
 

The Theatre of Blood - A Halloween Ball

Five stages, four immersive realms and over 100 performers.

The Coronet Theatre, 28 New Kent Road, London, SE1 6TJ

Tube: Elephant & Castle Station

 

Dates: 27th October 2017

 

The Coronet Theatre kicks off Halloween weekend with The Theatre of Blood - A Halloween Ball. Suzette Field and A Curious Invitation will descend upon the theatre to stage the spectacular, which will be a dark tribute to the classic monsters of horror. With five stages, four immersive realms and a cast of 150 performers, the line-up includes burlesque bombshell Kirby Marzelle, twisted sideshow siren Charlie Bouquette, musical mortician and maestro Troylus Searll and death blues funeral trash orchestra The Dead Brothers. There's also a vampire circus, a mausoleum and a madhouse celebrating 1972 horror flick The Asylum and.

 
 
 

Halloween Spooktacular at The Roof Gardens

The rooftop venue is given an eerie makeover for Halloween weekend.

The Roof Gardens, 99 Kensington High Street, London, W8 5SA

Tube: High Street Kensington Station

 

Dates: 27th - 28th October 2017

 

Celebrate Halloween in style with a night at the Kensington Roof Gardens, which will be given an eerie makeover for the occasion. Running over two nights - the final Friday and Saturday in October - The Roof Gardens Spooktacular invites guests to enjoy an evening of house and pop music fueled by food cooked on the BBQ. There will also be twisted tipple cocktails - one is included in the ticket price if you arrive before 9pm. With a general 'no effort, no entry' rule regarding attire, Halloween is no different so be sure to dig out your best Halloween-themed attire.

 
 
 

Halloween Crazy Circus Party

Live music, circus performers and aerial acrobats take over the venue.

Pop Brixton, Brixton Station Road, London, SW9 8PQ

Tube: Brixton Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

Pop Brixton will be given a lavish makeover this Halloween, transforming into the Crazy Circus Party. Promising a whole new level of haunted, the one-night-only event invites guests to party the night away among Halloween-style extra. Think pink elephants, a devil to dance with, psychedelic sounds and gypsy crystals. The Voodoo Love Orchestra, Opsa Balkan Band, Rum Buffalo and Sasha Dieu will provide the music, with circus performers, aerial acrobats, roaming beasts and mythical monsters joining them on stage. There will also be the chance to have your fortune read in the giant Gypsy Crystal, where fortune-tellers will work their magic and a glitter and tattoo bar will provide the finishing touches to revellers' costumes.

 
 
 
 

The Mansion London Halloween Ball

This extravagant party offers eerie electrifying sets.

Secret Location, , London, XX1 0LL

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Dates: 28th October 2017

 

Known for their exclusive themed parties, The Mansion London is hosting an extravagant Halloween Ball. Taking place at a secret location in front of a haunted north London graveyard (revealed to ticket holders 48 hours before the event), the ball invites world-class DJs such as Joffrey Bogart and DJ Hatim to play eerie electrifying sets. Live music lovers, meanwhile, can revel in Aaron Liddard's sax playing and Sam Baws percussion talents. Revellers can also admire glamorous cage dancers and fire shows as well as enjoy games of casino, get their fortune told and get a make-over from a team of make-up artists. There will also be a series of terrifying vintage horror movies. Fancy dress is mandatory so don't forget your fangs and fake blood.

 
 
 

Drumcode Halloween

Enjoy a spine-tingling line-up at this Halloween gig.

Tobacco Dock, 50 Porters Walk, London, E1W 2SF

Tube: Rotherhithe Overground Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

Techno club night Drumcode celebrates Halloween at Tobacco Dock this October, back for its fourth consecutive year of debauchery. Adam Beyer presents a spine-tingling lineup that sees Drumcode's most well-known artists play alongside a host of special guests from every end of the techno spectrum. Guests include Alan Fitzpatrick, Amelie Lens, Sam Paganini, Reset Robot and Ilario Alicante.

 
 
 

Club De Fromage Halloween Special: Zombies Ate My Dance Floor

Don your best spooky costumes and party to the Monster Mash and Thriller.

O2 Academy Islington, N1 Centre, Parkfield Street, London, N1 0PS

Tube: Angel Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

Known for their extravagant and silly fancy dress nights, Club De Fromage celebrates the undead this Halloween with the Zombies Ate My Dance Floor club night. The two-room extravaganza will see the venue decked out with coffins, cobwebs and gravestones that are suitable for all disco ball loving, dancing zombies. In the first room, there will be scary pop tunes like Monster Mash, Thriller and Ghostbusters while room two will offer terrifyingly good indie and rock n roll such as Zombies and Sympathy for the Devil. There will also be apple bobbing, a meat pie raffle, confetti cannons and awards for the best spooky fancy dress.

 
 
 

The Dark Circus Party Halloween Special

A traditional circus bill with a twisted and ghostly spin.

The Grand Hall, Euston Road, London, WC1H 9JE

Tube: King's Cross Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

The Dark Circus Party gets even darker this October with the Halloween Special. Taking place at The Grand Hall, it will be a spellbinding concoction of atmospheric production, decadent cocktails and innovative theming with impressive theatrical performances. Guests will be welcomed into an abandoned circus to enjoy a traditional circus bill with a twisted and ghostly spin; think caged curiosities breathing fire and swallowing swords, ethereal skills performances and treacherous trapeze acts. Cocktails will include the Ringmaster's Poison and the Circus Royale while the dress code is Dark Circus, with every guest required to dress as one of the troupe, whether that be a Sideshow Freak, Tragic Clown or Lion Tamer. Jeans, trainers and t-shirts are strictly forbidden.

 
 
 

Dead Dolls House Halloween Party

Party until the early hours in the haunted Victorian townhouse.

The Dolls House Islington, 181 Upper Street, London, N1 1RQ

Tube: Highbury & Islington Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

Following on from the Dinner Party on Friday night, the Dead Dolls House in Islington hosts a 'party party party' on the Saturday of Halloween weekend. Aimed at hardcore party goers, it will take over the suitably haunted Victorian townhouse until the early hours. Guests are invited to get dressed up in their best costumes and party the night away, with a drink on arrival included in the ticket price.

 
 
 
 

Proud Slaughterhouse IV Halloween Party

The venue takes inspiration from its dark history for this year's party.

Proud Camden, The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, London, NW1 8AH

Tube: Chalk Farm Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

Proud Camden takes inspiration from its dark history as a horse hospital for this year's Proud Slaughterhouse IV Halloween Party. Rumour has it that the doctors of the old hospital were engaged in occult practices, using sickly horses as test subjects and demoniac experimentations. The party will see Proud transformed with a decor that brings to life the cursed hospital, think blood and gut-laden hay bales along with petrifying performers and freaky fire breathers. It's set to be the ultimate immersive Halloween fancy dress party.

 
 
 

Secretsundaze Club Kids Halloween Party

The iconic Club Kids provide inspiration for this flamboyant party.

Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval, London, E2 9DY

Tube: Bethnal Green Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

Secretsundaze takes over Oval Space this Halloween for the Club Kids Halloween Party. Paying homage to the iconic New York set who rose to prominence in the '80s and '90s thanks to their flamboyant behavior, outrageous costumes and gender fluidity (they're still considered an influence in queer culture today), the evening will see Secretsunfaze founders Giles and James along with Palms Trax and DJ Slyngshot present an evening of house, disco and techno. In true Club Kids style, the dress code is all round fabulous, so don't hold back with your threads.

 
 
 

Halloween: Carnival Of Carnage

Four floors of scary storytelling, seances, cinema and dancing.

The Kings Head, 257 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8AS

Tube: Old Street Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

Hullabaloo's sell-out Halloween party Carnival of Carnage is being resurrected this year. Taking over members club The Kings Head on Kingsland Road, it will bring together scary storytelling, seances and a cinema across four floors as well as the opportunity to dance the night away. Dress the part according to the dress code - clowns in cravats, dandy devils, tail-coated terrors, monocled mummies or whatever turns you on - and prepare to strut your stuff. Tickets are only 10 but are limited and there won't be any door sales.

 
 
 

Halloween Horror Movie Ball

A homage to the finest and freakiest horror movies of all time.

The Grand, Clapham, 21-25 St John's Hill, Clapham, London, SW11 1TT

Tube: Clapham South Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2017

 

The Grand, Clapham pays homage to the finest and freakiest horror movies of all time with the Halloween Movie Ball, returning for another year on Saturday 28th October. DJs will spin everyone's all time favourite scary movie soundtracks and party bangers while further entertainment includes a freaky photobooth, ghoulish makeovers, a blood curdling balloon drop and a time-warp mass dance-a-long. Make sure to dress up for the occasion - fancy dress is what Halloween's all about.

 
 
 

Wahaca presents Day of the Dead

A three-day festival of Mexican food, drink and performances.

The Vaults, Arch 233, 10 Leake Street, London, SE1 7NN

Tube: Waterloo Station , Lambeth North Station

 

Dates: 2nd, 3rd and 4th November 2017

 

More than just a food festival, Wahaca's Day of the Dead presents a multisensory exploration of Mexico with live music, DJs, contemporary and street art, Mexican performances, tequila, and mezcal. Taking over the labyrinth of the Vaults, the three-day festival will also play host to a Mayan jungle, a recreation of the Cemetery Panteon General in Oaxaca and a reincarnation experience that brings together poetry and songs and provides guests with the chance to pay their respects to the loved ones they've lost. Movimientos will provide the music and Wahaca will, of course, provide the food, serving up authentic Mexican dishes. There will also be a family day and a Morning Gloryville rave.

 
 
 
 
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