Don’t miss our top selection of Halloween events this spooky season! If you’ll be in London, get your friends together and get to one of these unique experiences for something you won’t forget.
“Halloween couldn’t be a worse time to be locked behind bars…”
Don your prison garms, smuggle your alcohol past the prison guards if you dare, and enter a world of mischief. Behind the doors of 212 Brick Lane is an immersive experience like you’ve never seen.
Once inside, sit in a cell or in the visitation area and enjoy bespoke, personalised cocktails served up by a professional mixologist. Just don’t let the warden see!
Modelled on the infamous Alcatraz prison in America, this experiential pop-up bar will be bringing an especially nerve-wracking event this October 31st. The abandoned prison isn’t what it once was, and something strange is afoot…
Join Mexican street food heroes Wahaca for a night of carnival street food, live music, DJ’s and top-notch Day of the Dead costumes in the spooky tunnels beneath Waterloo station.
This huge celebration of Mexican food, art and culture will take over Waterloo’s underground Vaults for three days and nights starting on the 2nd November, with a special family event on the 4th at 1pm.
Get your best Mexican skull face on, and get lost in the vibrant labyrinth of tunnels, decorated as a Mayan jungle. Poetry, songs and other performances will come together to create an immersive experience, including a recreation of the Cemetery Panteon General in Oaxaca and more.
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Royal Lancaster London are hosting an afternoon tea like no other.
Based on classic horror movies of the sixties, you guessed it – everything is in black and white! There’ll be classic thrillers flickering on the big screens, and you’ll be joined by The Little Shop of Horrors’ Audrey sitting on your table. Don’t feed her meat!
All the classics will be there, but not as you know it. Try the Axe-Carved Beef with Horseradish, the Ominous Crab Sushi and the Pitch Black Pudding Scotch Egg, before tucking into some monochrome sweets treats.