Halloween Nightlife in London

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The End of the World Party
The End of the World Party
Halloween in the Sky
The Mansion London Halloween Ball
Halloween Freak Show
Night of the Living Dead
The Night Call Stranger Things Halloween Special
Secretsundaze Mad Scientist Lab Halloween Party
Dead Dolls Halloween Ball
Dead Dolls Halloween Ball
Junkyard Golf Club: Day of the Dead
Mighty Boosh Halloween
The Last Tuesday Society: La Danse Macabre
The Last Tuesday Society: La Danse Macabre
Halloween at Lucky Voice
 

 

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.

 
 

The End of the World Party

The party to end all parties.

Electric Brixton, 1 Town Hall Parade, Brixton Hill, London, SW2 1RJ

Tube: Brixton Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2016

 

The party to end all parties, The End of the World Party returns to Electric Brixton this Halloween. Laughing in the face of death and a plague of zombies that have taken over London, the party invites you to lock yourself away among other savvy revellers and party like there's no tomorrow. There will be top tunes chosen by party goers as well as news bulletins throughout the night updating the final living members of the human race on the status of the spreading virus. Fancy dress is essential - there's no better way to fool a zombie than to be dressed as a zombie - and there will be a Last Wish Wall where you can write down your final wishes.

 
 
 

Coffin Dodgers Disco

The strictly over 28s club night returns.

The Phoenix, 37 Cavendish Square, Marylebone, London, W1G 0PP

Tube: Oxford Circus Station, Bond Street Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2016

 

Two renegades from the old folk's home were sitting at the corner table of a London boozer, no doubt eating pickled onions and scotch eggs, when they had a vision: a club that wasn't filled with the young and beautiful; instead wrinkles ruled, dodgy knees cut shapes, and bingo wings became the name of the coolest dance move. The Coffin Dodgers Disco was born! Having outgrown its previous venue, the club night for 28-to-70-year-olds has moved to The Phoenix on Cavendish Square. In a nod to Valentine's Day, Don and Reg (the alter-egos of the night's promoters and the oldest swingers in the graveyard) will be putting a spooky twist on the venue and there will be top pop, indie, ska, funk and soul tunes. Admittance for under 28-year-olds is strictly prohibited and ID will be checked - at least twice. Anyone of questionable age will be asked to sing the theme tune from Airwolf to prove their maturity and wisdom.

 
 
 

The Night Call Stranger Things Halloween Special

This Stranger Things themed party is one for '80s pop culture fans.

Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, 2-4 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6NU

Tube: Old Street Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2016

 

The Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen takes inspiration from creepy Netflix show Stranger Things for its Halloween offering. The Night Call Halloween Special will see the venue transformed into a fog-hazed homage to Hawkins - the show's fictional town - complete with flickering Christmas lights, alphabet walls and secret dens. Fans of '80s pop culture and retro sci-fi are invited to party under '80s lights and shadowy atmospherics, and find the hidden entrance to The Upside Down. Themed cocktails include a Stranger Sours, a maple whiskey sour with a splash of red wine and caramel waffle garnish, and Stranger Tings, a retro rum punch made with Ting and an assortment of garish '80s liquors.

 
 
 

The Last Tuesday Society: La Danse Macabre

Don a dazzling mask and celebrate Halloween with The Last Tuesday Society.

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

Tube: Clapham South Station

 

Dates: 28th October 2016

 

The Last Tuesday Society are taking over the Clapham Grand this Halloween with The Danse Macabre - A Halloween Ball. Don a dazzling mask and join in on a whole host of spectacular happenings and irresistible possibilities. The line-up includes Chivaree Circus, presenting a freakish fete of feats; Feral and Frolic, with invigorating installations; Sarah Olivier and her formidable band; and the Rumsteppers, esteemed maestros of the decks. The dress code is flamboyant, with top hats and under garments, coats and tails, shine and smut.

 
 
 

Halloween at Lucky Voice

Book in for some spooky karaoke, if you dare.

Lucky Voice Soho, 52 Poland Street, London, W1F 7NQ

Tube: Oxford Circus Station, Tottenham Court Road Station

 

Dates: 28th - 31st October 2016

 

Both the London Lucky Voice bars will be embracing the dark side of Halloween this October, with both venues transforming from karaoke havens to chilling dungeons. Visitors will be able to get in on the action with fake blood, limbs and gore replacing the usual props of wigs and comedy specs. Sing along to a Halloween playlist, from Thriller to Ghostbusters, and sip on a selection of toxic cocktails. Choose from the Dark & Stormy, a mystic blend of rum, with fresh limes and sugar syrup topped with crisp and spicy ginger beer; Gaga Bloody Mary, a chilled mix of vodka, crushed back pepper, fresh chilli, tomato juice and Worcestershire sauce; and the Zombie, a spooky potion of white and dark rum shaken with grandmarnier, fresh orange juice, pineapple, a zingy splash of lemon and lime juice then topped with a blood gurgling pomegranate syrup. Or be really brave and opt for the Trick Or Treat - 4 shots, 4 choices, 2 tricks and 2 treats, the choice is yours!

 
 
 
 

Halloween at the Top

The Sky Garden takes Halloween to new heights.

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

Tube: Monument Station, Bank Station, Cannon Street Station

 

Dates: 29th October 2016

 

Adding another fear factor to Halloween, Sky Garden is taking the occasion to horrifying new heights with Halloween at the Top, a fancy dress party 35 floors above London, and we've got a ticket for two (worth 50 each) to give away. See our LondonTown Competitions page for details. With the area transformed into a deadly disco, there will be live music from The Soul Jets and Juke Joints to commence the evening, followed by top London DJs to take party-goers through to the early hours. So, get your best costume ready and prepare for an evening of 'deadly delicious' cocktails and frightening dance moves.

 
 
 

The Mansion London Halloween Ball

This extravagant party offers eerie electrifying sets.

Secret Location, , London, XX1 0LL

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Dates: 29th October 2016

 

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. Jazz lovers, meanwhile, can revel in Alex Banks's Frank Sinatra renditions and Martin Rodrigo will send chills up your spine in the Latino room. Revellers can also admire glamorous cage dancers, spectacular silhouette cuttings, fabulous face paintings and fire shows. Putting a spooky twist on the evening, a selection of vintage horror movies will be projected until the early hours and a fortune-teller will provide free tarot readings for those who dare. Fancy dress in mandatory so don't forget your fangs and fake blood.

 
 
 

Fire Festival

The festival returns and promises to be bigger than ever.

Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, 139 Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth, London, SE11 5HL

Tube: Vauxhall Station

 

Dates: 29th October 2016

 

The Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens Fire Festival is back once again this October and it's bigger than ever. This year's theme is The Music of Orpheus and the Jealousy of the Gods and will bring together dancers, fire performers, poets, musicians and pyrotechnics, all performed in front of a mega bonfire. They dare you to find a better way to spend Halloween.

 
 
 

Halloween Freak Show

Bounce put a terrifying twist on their ping pong parties.

Bounce Farringdon, 121 Holborn, London, EC1N 2TD

Tube: Chancery Lane Station, Farringdon Station

 

Dates: 29th October 2016

 

Bounce Farringdon invites you to step into a weird and wonderful world of freaks this Halloween at the Halloween Freak Show. Putting a terrifying twist on their ping pong parties, the event will see the whole venue lit up in UV and will offer an evening of gruesome games, face painting and cocktail prizes for the creepiest outfits. DJ Shredded Pete will blare some scarily good tunes and the ping pong has been extended until 2am, meaning you can do the Monster Mash until the early hours.

 
 
 

Night of the Living Dead

Hide underground this Halloween at this UV ping pong party.

Bounce Old Street, 239-241 Old Street, London, EC1V 9EY

Tube: Old Street Station

 

Dates: 29th October 2016

 

Word on the street is we're due a zombie apocalypse next month, so Bounce Old Street is inviting you to make the most of your final moments at the Night of the Living Dead party. Hidden safely underground, you'll be able to blend in with the living dead under the UV lights and dance along to the best in 'haunted' house music and popular hits. Ping pong will be a welcome distraction from the ever nearing demise of mankind, with booking slots available until 1am and gory game gurus running games throughout the night. Special zombie guests will make an attendance and there will be cocktail prizes for the spookiest fancy dress costumes.

 
 
 
 

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: 29th October 2016

 

Techno club night Drumcode celebrates Halloween at Tobacco Dock this October, back for its seventh 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. Latest additions to the lineup include one of techno's most enchanting performers in the shape of Nicole Moudaber. Constantly moving and evolving into new directions Dense & Pika will bring their incendiary live performance to Tobacco Dock, whilst one of Drumcode's latest recruits Boxia adds to the lineup for 2016.

 
 
 

Secretsundaze Mad Scientist Lab Halloween Party

Dr. Victor Frankenstein himself will be attending this Halloween party.

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

Tube: Bethnal Green Station

 

Dates: 29th October 2016

 

Following on from their recent 15th birthday party, Secretsundaze now present a Mad Scientist Lab Halloween Party with Ryan Elliott. Taking place at Oval Space, the party will be an insane, eccentric experience where Dr. Victor Frankenstein himself will be conducting experiments that cross boundaries that shouldn't be crossed. There will be zombified monsters, sexy nurses and science fiction characters, all partying amongst a laboratory overflowing with test tubes of highly toxic green potions. Secretsundaze favourite Ryan Elliott will provide the soundtrack for the first four hours, with Secretsundaze taking over for the final four hours.

 
 
 

Dead Dolls Halloween Ball

Party until the early hours at the haunted Victorian townhouse.

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

Tube: Highbury & Islington Station

 

Dates: 29th October 2016

 

The Dead Dolls Club once again present a Halloween Ball in 2016, suitably taking place at the haunted Victorian townhouse in Islington. The evening commences with a five-course Halloween feast, with dishes such as spiced carrot and pine nut soup, devilled eggs, braised with stew with rotten potatoes, spiced pumpkin stew, and a chocolate and clementine torte. Then, a night of music and debauchery across the two floors will commence, with party mash-up, hip hop, R&B and electro hits until the early hours. Full fancy dress is required.

 
 
 

Junkyard Golf Club: Day of the Dead

London's scariest crazy golf experience.

The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

Tube: Aldgate East Station

 

Dates: 29th October 2016

 

Promising the scariest crazy golf experience in London for years, the Junkyard Golf Club is hosting a Day of the Dead party this Halloween. As well getting their fill of crazy golf - there are four courses to choose from - brave visitors will be able to have a tarot card reading, marvel at London's finest fire eaters and get distracted from the golf by impressive circus performers. World-class magician Marcus Lewis will also be performing and the space itself has been given a suitably spooky makeover, with spiders, clowns and ghouls all in tow. DJs will provide terrifying tunes until the early hours, Bart's Dog Kart will be on hand to serve hotdogs and nachos, and the on-site bars will be stocked with creepy concoctions.

 
 
 

Mighty Boosh Halloween

The club transforms into a world of evils OAPS, hermaphrodite sea creatures and urban crack foxes.

The Book Club, 100-106 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4RH

Tube: Old Street Station

 

Dates: 29th October 2016

 

Transforming into a terrifying terrain of evils OAPS, hermaphrodite sea creatures, urban crack foxes and sinister hitchhikers, The Book Club is hosting a Mighty Boosh themed Halloween party. Paying homage to the cult comedy, it will be serving up two Boosh-inspired cocktails: Nanageddon, an earl grey and gin martini with lemon and honey, and Shamen Juice, a fruity sour made with Midori, orange marmalade vodka, pineapple, lemon and sugar. You can also drink Baileys from a shoe, naturally. Arrive early for Boosh Bingo before descending underground to Old Greggs Place, where DJs will be spinning everything from Weather Report to Fleetwood Mac. Expect many other themed surprises throughout the evening.

 
 
 

Dead Famous Weekender

All Star Lanes celebrate Halloween with a bloody brunch, cocktails and trick or treat.

All Star Lanes, Bayswater, Whiteleys, 6 Porchester Gardens, Bayswater, London, W2 4DB

Tube: Bayswater Underground Station, Queensway Station

 

Dates: 29th - 31st October 2016

 

All Star Lanes celebrate Halloween with a Dead Famous Weekender in 2016. During the day, all the branches will be serving The Bloody Brunch, with unlimited Bloody Scarys served alongside the new brunch menu. For something less bloody, guests can also opt for unlimited prosecco or craft beer. Alternatively, book in for the Dine, Drink & Bowl deal and a pick a poison. Choose from Black Magic, a dark take on the Mojito with Black Sambuca, freshly squeezed lime, crushed mint topped with soda, or a Blood Sucker, made with deep red Chambord raspberry liqueur, spicy Kraken rum, Agave syrup and cranberry. For 33, you get a starter or dessert, main, drink and a game of bowling. On All Hallows' Eve electro-swing DJ Phat Sam will take over All Star Lanes Bayswater. All bowlers will be able to partake in a game of Trick or Treat - get a strike and you'll be rewarded but miss and heads will roll. Kids booked into daytime slots will be treated to classic American Halloween candy.

 
 
 
 
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