Halloween is nearly upon us, but don’t despair if you’ve still not picked out your costume or find yourself at a loose end – there’s loads to do this weekend, and we’ve got the tickets to get you there and make your weekend is as spook-tacular as possible.
There are so many fun things happening in the capital this All Hallow’s Eve, from rave-tastic parties to ghoulish nights out; so whether you want to dance (or rock) all night long or simply enjoy a night at the theatre – we’ve got you covered! There’s absolutely no tricks here, just treats!
Get your Halloween weekend off to a flying start (on a broomstick – natch) with the KISS Haunted House Party at The SSE Arena in Wembley. This coming Thursday (27 October), the likes of Tinie Tempah, Craig David, Zara Larsson, Sigala and Clean Bandit will join the party. Now in its third year, this ghoulish night out is the best way to celebrate Halloween as revellers party the night away in true spooky style.
Sheffield rockers BMTH kick off their UK tour at The O2 arena on 31 October with the ultimate Halloween line-up including Don Broco, Basement and special guests Enter Shikari. We have a few seated tickets left, so make sure you’re down there to truly rock this Halloween.
Murderdolls frontman Wednesday 13 has a special double bill for you on 28 and 29 October at London’s Garage. With songs like I Walked Like A Zombie, Look What The Bats Dragged In and Put Your Death Mask On, this is one night that’s bound to get you in the Halloween spirit.
This night is all about living as if it’s your last night ever; no holding back, no regrets. So, do what you always wanted to do on 28 October with tickets to The End of the World Party at Electric Brixton. You’ll even be able to pick the music by posting requests on the event’s Facebook wall – so you can dance unabashedly to your favourite guilty pleasure like no body’s watching; well, what else you gonna do on your last night on Earth?
One of the best venues in London for Halloween has got to be Camden’s Underworld. And on 30 October, FVK take over the stage for a truly horror-punk rocking night out.
There’s still time to share a meal with Roald Dahl’s awe-inspiring husband and wife duo, The Twits. Dinner includes glass-eye cocktails, concealed canapes and fiendishly good hors d’oeuvres, plus the Baroque Bird Pie Banquet and a potentially perilous pudding – plus over 90 minutes of theatrical entertainment from the gruesome twosome themselves. But be quick, this scary pair are only serving dinner until 30 October.
Now in its 10th year in the West End, there’s a double celebration on 31 October this year, which has affectionately become known as Wicked Day. There’s no better time of year to enjoy this thrillifying story about the wickedly awesome witches of Oz – who doesn’t love witches at Halloween?! – So get your seats and defy gravity at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.
A different kind of scary here, as murder abounds in Agatha Christie’s classic mystery thriller. The Mousetrap is a perfect Halloween treat for the whole family, as the winter nights draw in and the inhabitants of Monkswell Manor fall victim to foul play. Will you figure out whodunit?