With Halloween fast approaching, it’s time to get in the spirit for some late-night, horror-themed entertainment. Famed for its wide array of outrageous bars and clubs, London is the perfect place to spend your Halloween party night. For some inspiration on where to go, here are five spooky clubs set to offer the best Halloween parties in London this year.
With Halloween night falling on a weekday this year, clubs like the Century Club are taking it upon themselves to offer a mega blowout on Saturday the 28th instead. Once Upon A Midnight Dreary is set to be a truly gothic night out, with an Edgar Allan Poe theme. Rooms you can visit include ‘Masque of the Red Death’ and ‘The Tomb of the Ushers’. The music on offer is a range of disco, ska and soul, with acts like Snare Surgeon and DJ Clan Dextine set to take the stage. Tickets are being sold for £20.
The Vaults, situated in Waterloo, actually holds a pretty gruesome history of its own. In the past, it served as a makeshift morgue for holding corpses, so it seems only appropriate they would go all out this Halloween. General admission to The Halloween party “Raveyard” is priced at £18 and the event is set to run over two nights from 8pm each night. Guests can enjoy the rather aptly named “The Severed Limb”, alongside “Sam and The Womp” and “The Correspondents”.
If fancy dress and cheesy music is your thing, then a night at Club De Fromage’s Halloween Special is just the ticket. Guests can enjoy a great mix of classic tunes, rock ‘n’ roll, indie and of course, some halloween inspired hits. Basic ticket prices start at £13.45, but for a little more, you get to enjoy a screening of The Lost Boys. There will be a prize for the spookiest fancy dresser and everyone can partake in a spot of apple bobbing.
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The Ultimate Power: Bat Out Of Helloween party is set to take place on Saturday 28th at 9pm, and tickets can be bought online for £15. Ultimate Power are famed for their incredibly popular nights featuring the greatest power ballads, however, the organisers say there’s something special planned for Halloween party. Costumes are encouraged, and be prepared for some scarily bad karaoke performances.
If you really must venture out into the darkness on Halloween night, then there are few better places to go than the Ministry of Sound’s Halloween Rave 2017. With 4 rooms, 10 DJs and over 2,000 people set to attend, it’s a night to remember, or at least try to. No Halloween party would be complete without zombie dancers, trick or treat giveaways and astounding sound and light performances. With tickets due to sell out in advance, it’s a good idea to head over to their website now and get your ticket for just £22.40.
To get ready for the night ahead, perhaps you want to spend your day exploring the other sites London has to offer. In keeping with this time of the year, a trip to London Dungeons is probably appropriate. Or if that doesn’t take your fancy, here are some more ideas. Getting around London can be tiring and confusing, so we recommend hiring your own chauffeur car for the day. A chauffeur in London will certainly make sightseeing more pleasant and allow you to save your energy for the long night ahead.