Halloween in London
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Urban Food Fest “Halloween Ghosts and Ghouls” street food market: Saturday 31st October 2015
Euro Car Parks 162-167 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6HU
From midday to midnight / Free Entry
Saturday 31st October 2015 until 19th December 2015
The Urban Food Fest Halloween Ghosts and Ghouls Extravaganza will feature street food delights including: triple stacked ‘cheeky vampire’ cheese & bacon burgers, ‘witches fingers’ Spanish salted caramel churros, ‘zombie brain’ salmon bruschetta drizzled with extra virgin olive oil, ‘fried skull’ buttermilk deep fried chicken, ‘cockroach’ rare-meat patty buns topped with gorgonzola, ‘cauldron’ French crepes with white chocolate & maple syrup, ‘earthworm’ crispy beef brisket in a brioche bun and ‘bloody Venezuelan’ grilled chicken and black bean arepas.
The market will also feature a premium bar and forbidden fruits cocktail bar serving the ‘Blood Red’ watermelon, orange & bourbon cocktails and the ‘Fiery Ginger’ white rum, blackberry & ginger beer cocktails, as well as craft beers, ciders, international wines and prosecco, plus blueberry & lime flavoured vodka foam sambuca shots!
Everyone in Halloween fancy dress will win a free spine-chilling shot from the Urban Food Fest bar and the best costume will win a bottle of the most sinful champagne.
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Camden Market Presents “Spooky Stables” for Halloween
28TH / 29th October
12pm – 6pm
North Yard, Stables Market, Chalk Farm rd, Camden Camden are bringing back their famous haunted pumpkin installation along with a Halloween wonderland of ghouls, tricks and treats for the whole family. Camden’s hottest young graffiti artists will be joining forces, to carve, spray and paint pumpkins, creating a gain pumpkin centric art installation. You can watch them get to work on Wednesday 28th at the Stables which will then be put on display at the Halloween den for the public on Thursday 29th.
On Thursday, the pumpkin parlour will open, hosted by ‘Positive Arts’ where they will be hosting a day of pumpkin decorating workshops, not scary enough? Then venture next door to ‘The house of the Dead’ to be immersed in Mexican Day of the Dead goodies and if you have a sweet tooth, don’t forget to swing on by the ‘Trix and Treats’ pick n mix stand.
On Friday the Halloween den will transform into a fiendish face painting salon, just the right spot to get your face looking all spooky for those Halloween parties. The Cereal Killer Café from 26th – 1st November will be offering ghoulish cocktails and spooky cereal, served by their walking dead staff.
Trick or Treat? There is only one way to find out.
MAKE’s massive 3rd Halloween ‘Spooktacular’ Kingston NIGHT MARKET
Thursday 29th October, 5pm-10pm
The national award-winning family, student, dog, hipster, OAP, and everybody- friendly MAKE Night Market returns to Kingston on Thursday 29th October. Their biggest ever Kingston market will celebrate the best in London’s arts, crafts, music, drinks and street food scenes.
Yet, this is a MAKE night market with a twist – it’s their massive annual Halloween ‘Spooktacular’.
Inspired by Asia’s atmospheric and friendly night markets, with their plethora of delicious cheap eats and opportunities to shop for unique finds long into the night, MAKE takes this buzz and gives it a distinctly London feel. MAKE is a welcoming night market with no pretensions that demonstrates the best of what London has to offer.
THE NOMAD’S HALLOWEEN AT THE LOOKOUT, HYDE PARK
The Nomad heads back to The LookOut, Hyde Park for its double dater for Halloween. Showing Friday 30th is Tim Burton’s creepy cult favourite Beetle Juice and The Shining – Stanley Kubrick’s awe inspiring adaptation of Stephen King’s novel which proved to be a defining role for Jack Nicholson and a redefining film for the horror genre. Then on Saturday 31st is contemporary comedy horror, Joss Whedon’s The Cabin In The Woods – Capable of being funny, strange and scary – frequently all at the same time. Five friends go to a remote cabin in the woods. Bad things happen. If you think you know this story, think again. And finally Hitchcock’s classic Psycho – Infamous for its shower scene, but immortal for its contribution to the horror genre. Because Psycho was filmed with tact, grace, and art, Hitchcock didn’t just create modern horror, he validated it.
Friday 30 October – THE LOOKOUT, HYDE PARK – BEETLE JUICE (15)
Friday 30 October – THE LOOKOUT, HYDE PARK – THE SHINING (18)
Saturday 31 October – THE LOOKOUT, HYDE PARK – THE CABIN IN THE WOODS (15)
Saturday 31 October – THE LOOKOUT, HYDE PARK – PSYCHO (15)
The Little Yellow Door – Dead Cartoons
68 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3HT
Saturday 31st October
6am – 1am
If you are lucky enough to get past Lurch, you will enter through our little yellow door and up the spooky staircase dressed as your favourite cartoon character (who happens to be dead). You’ll make your way through the windy webs and into our transformed living room where The Simpsons await with your complimentary Hobgoblin House Punch!
Once you’re in, there’s no escape…
Indulge yourself in the Halloween House Party madness on Saturday 31st October from 6pm-1am! The spell-ridden Spongebob Squarepants will keep you well fed and watered throughout the night and our usual fun games and party playlist will keep you “alive” until the early hours.
If you are not afraid to make your way through our little yellow door this Halloween, then prove you are brave enough by emailing us on [email protected] or sending us a whatsapp/dropping us a call on 07801267854 to join in…
Adam Beyer presents Drumcode Halloween
Saturday 31st October, 2015
Tobacco Dock, London
Building on the mammoth success of last year’s debut event at Tobacco Dock, Adam Beyer brings Drumcode Halloween back to London with an inspiring line-up of techno, house and electronica.
The line-up is complemented by a tribe of Drumcode’s finest heavy-hitters lead by:
Alan Fitzpatrick, Ida Engberg, Nicole Moudaber, Dubspeeka and Truesoul regular Reset Robot, while friends of the label such as Dense & Pika, Boddika and Trevino add spice to the Halloween brew.
The Hydra & LWE: Drumcode After Dark
Saturday 31 October 2015
22:00 – 06:00
Studio Spaces E1 – Unit 2; 110 Pennington Street, Wapping E1W 2BB
Adam Beyer & Ida Engberg will take centre stage for a back to back set in the warehouse room at Studio Spaces for Drumcode Halloween’s finale.
Joining them in this room will be UK label mates Dubspeeka and Reset Robot to relive a few memories from August’s 5 years of radio celebrations.
Drumcode also welcome Aus music’s Will Saul into the mix to really set the party alight.
The Black Studio sees Drumcode newcomer wAFF join the pounding, sensual beats of Nicole Moudaber and the relentlessly dark grooves of Dense & Pika.
Last Tuesday Society’s Annual Halloween Ball
Clapham Grand, 21-25, London SW11 1TT
Tickets £20 from www.thelasttuesdaysociety.org
Their Excellencies The Chancellor Viktor Wynd, & The Bupati Bioux Hayes request The Disgusting Disquiet of your Glorious BeBlooded Presence. Friday 30th October at The Last Tuesday Society’s Annual Halloween Ball. To Be Held in The Magnificent & Opulent Gilded Ball Room of the Clapham Grand
Dress Code – The Beautiful & The Damned
Don Your Bloodiest Suit, Your Great Grandmothers Couture Wedding Dress (The One She Was Buried in), Your Most Hideous Mask, Ghosts & Ghouls & Creatures of The Night…
No Outfit No enty
End Of The World Party – When Hell Erupts
Saturday 31st October
The Electric, Town Hall Parade, Brixton, London SW2 1RJ
Having smashed 8 recent sell out choker block London End of the World Parties, the crew are back in town for one spectacular night only, of course…HALLOWEEEEEEN
While the rest of the world freaks out and cries and stuff, they’re going to gather together all the people they love, lock themselves in the Electric Brixton, barricade the doors, get smashed, and party for as long as they can until The Devil and his minions come and destroy everyone.
Alongside The End Of The World Parties resident DJ’s playing your last requests, the night sees a special show from ‘The Church’
They bring their raucous interactive party experience and parody of a Deep South Pentecostal church brimming with the best soul, blues and disco tunes to the End of the World, fresh from festivals including The Secret Garden Party, Isle of Wight Festival, Bestival and the Edinburgh Fringe. Think Sister Act on speed!
So, if you want one last chance to live out your dreams, go to the party to end all parties, aka your last night ever.