Top Halloween Parties for 2018

Top Halloween Parties for 2018

Get ready to bust out some moves this Halloween! If you’ve learnt all the dance moves to thriller, now’s the time to use it because there sure are some frightfully fun party’s going on in London this year and to help you decide how best to spend your Halloween, We’ve decided to round up some of the best club nights in London for you. Whatever floats your boat, there’s something going on for everybody whether you like hip hop, house or rock n roll! Take a look at our top 10 venues and start planning wisely.

Purge: Lockdown

Venue: Bunker 51

Location: Charleton

Dates and Times: Friday 26th and Saturday 27th Oct from 8pm-2am

Price:  £10-£25

Inspired by the hugely popular Purge films, this awesome event will see London descending into two nights of complete horror and madness with an immersive clubbing experience featuring DJ’s and live theatrical performances for a very scary evening filled with plenty of suspense and surprises. Be prepared to purge all your desires.

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Twisted Circus Halloween Festival

Venue: The Forum

Location:  Kentish Town

Dates and Times: Fri, 26th Oct @ 21:00-3:00

Price: £15-£100

 

Join the dark side of the circus with this magnificent freakshow set to take place at the Forum in Kentish Town.  Featuring hazardous tricks and death-defying acts, you can expect to immerse yourself in a highly imaginative experience.  There will be face painting, candy floss and popcorn, LED shows, carnival-esque pageantry and of course the best circus performers imaginable.

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Silent Halloween Disco Boat Party

Location: Tower Hill

Dates and Times: Fri, 26th Oct @ 19:45-00:00

Price: £25-£35

Brought to you by Silent Sounds, the Silent Halloween Disco party is going to be an unmissable event as you jump aboard the deadly two story boat and get set to sail along the Thames. Not only will you get to drink and dance the night away to a soundtrack of your choice but you will also get to see some of London’s most iconic landmarks along the way!

From classic disco to hardcore house and Halloweeny hits, you can pick your channel and witness or get involved in some serious dancefloor action as everyone moves to their own beat.

Don’t forget to dress up of course!

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Nightmare on Inverness Street

Venue: Duo

Location: Inverness Street, Camden Town

Dates and Times: Sat,  26th Oct @ 21:00-04:00

Price: £15-£50

Bop on down to Camden’s brand new swanky hotspot Duo for a festival of horrors.  Doubling up as a brunch destination and the ultimate party place (a fave for bloggers) Dup will be transforming into a Halloween extravaganza for the evening.

Expect a range of surprises throughout the evening from secret mummies to zombie dancers. Lethal ‘Blood Shots’ will be complimentary between 21:00-21:45 so get on down early and don’t miss out!

Dressing up is highly encouraged but not compulsory.  Whether you want to don some spooky accessories or go all out in a full costume, anything is welcome.

The DJ will be spinning RnB, Funky House, Hip-Hop, Ol’ Skool and Club Classics all night long are always happy to take requests too, so if you have that special song, don’t be shy to ask for it.

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Ultimate Power-Bat Out of Helloween

Venue: The Forum

Location: Kentish Town

Dates and Times: Sat 27th Oct @ 21:00-3:00

Price: £13

If you love a good power ballad and secretly wish you were living in the 80’s then this is the place to be this Halloween.  Expect to be air guitaring to some of the greatest songs ever written by the likes of Collins, Loaf, Tyler and Jovi of course.

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Secretsundaze Halloween Party

Venue:  Oval Space

Location: Kentish Town

Dates and Times: Sat, 27th Oct @ 22:00-06:00

Price:  £16.30-£21.80

Best known as London’s daytime clubbing duo, Giles Smith and James Priestly will be going nocturnal this Halloween as they host an 8 hour Halloween bash at Bethnal Green’s Oval Space.

The DJ line up and theme is yet to be announced but you can expect something terrifyingly terrific! This one’s for the ‘ClubKids!’

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Sink the Pink presents it’s Halloween Hun!

Venue: Troxy

Location: Limehouse

Dates and Times: Sat, 27th Oct @ 21:00

Price:  £30.50

Time to get garish for the ultimate glamtastic and spooktacular Halloween Ball. Sink the Pink could only mean one thing and that’s high heels, glitter and crazy wigs so get ready to unleash your imaginations and create a Halloween Lewk!

A real speculation, you can expect to enjoy a range of performances from the genderqueer collective and the return of Queen of the Runway.  So get ready to revel in this drag extravaganza, this year the Sink the ink family will also be joined by queer Bollywood clubbing pioneers Hungma.

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The Copycat immersive Horror Experience

Venue: The Colab Factory

Location: Borough

Dates and Times:  Various dates from Thursday 18th Oct @ 19:00-00:30

Price: £22.50

Ever dreamt of becoming brave detective? Well now you can, but let’s hope you know your serial killers!

A unique and terrifying experience, find yourself in the middle of all your fave horror films as you help Anthony Larson solve the murder mystery of his sister.

Inspired by the true crime cases “The Copycat” mixes murder mystery with an immersive horror show and escape room.

WARNING: THERE WILL BE IMAGES OF VIOLENCE, CLAUSTROPHOBIC SPACE, TENSION, JUMPSCARES, FLASHING LIGHTS AND ADRENALINE PUMPING HORROR.

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Pure Old Skool Day of The Dead Halloween Party

Venue: The Forum

Location: Kentish Town

Dates and Times: Sat, 3rd Nov @ 22:00

Price:  £12-£26

Extend your Halloween party antics with this awesome Mexican style Day of The Dead style party taking place on the weekend after Halloween.  Paint your face as a sugar skull and boogie on down to some classic garage tunes spun by DJ Luck and MC Neat! There will also be freaky performers and spooky stage acts.

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Even Stranger Things: The Halloween Experience

Venue: E1

Location: Wapping

Dates and Times:  Fri, 26th Oct 2018 @21:00-4:00

Price: £10.95-£55.00

If you loved Stranger Things then you will most certainly love this event; Even Stranger Things: The Halloween Experience.

You will be invited to cast your fears aside and get stuck into the mysterious world of 1980’s Hawkins Indiana for a full on Stranger Things experience.

Taking place at E1 there will be two rooms featuring incredible sound and lighting, taking you between two haunted realities.

Room 1: The Snowball Room

Enjoy a Halloween Snowball dance-themed prom featuring blood-soaked ballons and Ouija board chants. Get there early and enjoy complimentary champagne and waffles between 21:00-21:45 before you dance the night away to a mix of 80’s, commercial and Halloween Anthems spun by remix king Dean E G.

Room 2: The Upside Down

Get a taste for the darker side when you walk to room 2 to experience the Upside Down. Expect to be greeted by Dr Brenner’s evil experiment lounge in a separate reality filled with paranormal mist and lights.

Stay on guard as there will be Demogorgan attacks and a midnight sacrifice is also rumoured to take place.

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Halloween Around The World…

If you’re in:

New York, check out Bang On! Warehouse of Horrors

Part haunted house, part rave, expect amazing aerialists and performers roaming through and above the crowd at a very secret location.

 

Bangkok, Thailand, check out Silom Soi 4

Silom Soi is a major hotspot for the gay community in Thailand and if you’re looking for a killer party this is where you’ll find it!  Not just for the gay crowd, this party spills out of many individual clubs to create the ultimate street celebration. There will be themed decorations up and down the street and lots of horrors to encounter and you celebrate all night long.

Limoges, France, check out Halloween Festival

Since 1996, Limoges has put together a massive parade that drawing in 30,000 spectators every year. The bars, clubs, and restaurants host parties of their own, allowing visitors to embark on their own pub crawl and enjoy the delicious offerings of the city.

 

Amsterdam, Netherlands, check out Amsterdam Spook

This event sells out every year and is put on by a group of Halloween fanatics and features artists, performers and DJ’s. The theme for this year is The Monster Bash which combines the celebration of classic movie characters and a rockabilly style.  Dress to impress because if you’re not dressed up and you won; ‘t be getting in.

 

Derry, Ireland check out Bank of the Foyle Halloween Carnival

This is by far the largest Halloween celebration in the whole of Europe and witnesses over forty thousand revellers enjoying a weekend of fun and frights. parades and Fireworks mark the start of the partying followed but lots of pub crawls.

 

New Orleans, check out Anne Rice’s Vampire Ball

Attracting a plethora of celebrities, this party is in its 27th year and to celebrate, Anne Rice will be making an appearance herself.  Vampire gowns are encouraged as are formal gowns as it is a ball afterall.

 

Berlin, check out Drop Dead Festival

This underground festival begins on Halloween and lasts 5 days.  Expect to discover the weirdest and greatest bands around plus independent fashion designers, art installations and plenty of parties.

 

Salem, Massachusetts, check out Salem Witches’ Ball

Famous for their witch trials during the Puritanical times, if anywhere knows how to celebrate Halloween, it’s Salem.  There will be many events including psychic fairs, dinners and of course.  their masquerade ball.  The theme this year is Dance of the Tarot so dress to impress and go as your favourite Tarot card inspired character.  Formal yet fabulous, this event is ideal for anyone who loves the occult.

 

 

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