London Halloween Performances and Screenings

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Pop-Up Screens Halloween Cinema
Pop-Up Screens Halloween Cinema
Backyard Cinema Zombie Apocalypse
The Hunters Grimm: Teatro Vivo
Halloween Movie Mash-Up Weekend
Halloween Movie Mash-Up Weekend
Feed Me Films: The Cabin In The Woods


Halloween is a great excuse to roll out some classic horror movies from years gone by and if you've got a favourite, the chances are somewhere will be showing it as part of a Halloween themed screening. There's also plenty of on-stage events taking place with a scary twist, including lectures and live music.


The Hunters Grimm: Teatro Vivo

A theatrical journey for grown-ups.

Deptford Lounge, 82 Giffin Street, London, SE8 4RJ

Tube: New Cross Station (East London line closed. Bus service operates)


Dates: 22nd October - 08th November 2014


Theatre company Teatro Vivo are hosting a theatrical journey for grown-ups this Halloween. Inspired by the tales of the Brothers Grimm, The Hunters Grimm promenade performance will take audiences on a journey through love, death, poverty, longing and sausages - yes, you read that right. Searching through the streets of Deptford, you will find an anarchic frog convinced he is a prince, an ageing stepmother in need of beauty advice and the musicians of Bremen who will invite you to dance. Due to the format of this performances, audience members are advised to where suitable footwear and warm clothing.


Pop-Up Screens Halloween Cinema

Trek through a morbid maze and be rewarded with a screening of a classic horror movie.

20th Century Theatre, 291 Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2QA

Tube: Ladbroke Grove Station


Dates: 30th October - 02nd November 2014


Taking up residency in haunted grade 1 listed building the 20th Century Theatre, Pop Up Screens will once again be hosting a Halloween special this year. However, only the brave will be able to enjoy the programme of classic horror movies on offer as guests must first navigate their way through a morbid maze that will most definitely go bump in the night. Think you've got what it takes? Then feast your eyes on the eclectic programme, which features cushion-grabbing horrors such as Poltergeist and Nightmare on Elm Street as well as family favourites like Ghostbusters.


Backyard Cinema Zombie Apocalypse

Be sure to survive the zombie attack on London at this top secret survivor camp.

Secret Location, , London, XX1 0LL



Dates: 31st October - 07th November 2014


London is facing a serious zombie attack! But, luckily for you, Backyard Cinema have invited you to their top secret survivor camp where you'll be able to seek refuge. Running for eight nights this Halloween, the Backyard Cinema Zombie Apocalypse welcomes you (if you clear quarantine) to stock up on supplies from Benito's Hat and Brooklyn Brewery before exploring the Secret Zombie Testing Facility, where you'll get taught a range of crucial survival techniques that will ensure you win the battle against the infestation. Once satisfied that you're equipped with the required skills, you'll be able to relax and enjoy your chosen Halloween themed movie - a different film will be screened each night, with options including 28 Days Later, Cockneys vs Zombies and Zombieland. If you survive the evening, you'll then be able to celebrate at the End of the World Party which will have live entertainment late into the night.


Halloween Movie Mash-Up Weekend

Three nights of classic horror and comedy movies.

Portobello Pop Up Cinema, 274 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London, W10 5TY

Tube: Ladbroke Grove Station, Westbourne Park Station


Dates: 31st October - 02nd November 2014


Creative duo Tee's and Cee's once again present their Halloween Movie-Mash Up Weekend at the Portobello Pop-up Cinema this year. The three day event will screen the best in classic and musical comedy horrors, providing a funny yet fearsome affair. Taking place on All Hallows' Eve itself, the first screening will be of cult classic The Lost Boys, starring '80s teen heartthrobs Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. Saturday 1st November will show Stanley Kubrick's chilling The Shining and Sunday 2nd November offers Little Shop of Horrors: Sing-a-long. This year also sees Tee's and Cee's team up with London Caribbean burger joint Boom Burger to serve up tempting dishes such as the signature Boom Burger with Jerk Bacon Jam straight to guests' seats.


Feed Me Films: The Cabin In The Woods

Drinking games and street food accompany the film screening at this special Halloween event.

Hoxton Arches, Arch 402 , Cremer Street, London, E2 8HD

Tube: Old Street Station


Dates: 01st November 2014


Film and food events company Feed Me Films are hosting a special screening of The Cabin in the Woods this Halloween. Screened at the Hoxton Arches, the film will be accompanied by themed cocktails - with which guests are invited to enjoy as part of a film-based drinking game - gourmet street food, Halloween candy and beer from the Brooklyn Brewery. Included in the ticket price are two courses from The Frenchie and So Mallow, two deadly cocktails, a Brooklyn Lager and all the popcorn and candy your stomach can manage. Fancy dress is also strongly advised and the best dressed will be awarded with a bottle of Prosecco.

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