Halloween in London

Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New — By Erin Gallagher Maury on October 30, 2010 at 2:40 pm

Halloween is begrudgingly catching on by the Brits. Don’t expect over the top decorations, loads of sugary sweets & clever costumes. It’s more of a one night event as opposed to the a month long celebration in the U.S., just another reason to socialize at the pub.  If you’re looking for a party then head to just about any nightclub where you’ll find the 20-something crowd in scary/sexy garb boozing until the wee hours. Otherwise check out a few suggestions on how to spend your Halloween in London:

Halloween at the London Eye by Phil Guest

Lexi Pop Up Cinema at Zippos Circus in Old Deer Park – a 7pm showing of Edward Scissorhands, 18+ only, tickets £12.50

Wicked Day at St. Pancras International Station – performances from the West End musical cast of Wicked and Halloween activities all day, Sunday 31 October

Boo at Bermondsey Square – a free family event with Halloween activities, farmer’s market, pumpkin carving, story telling and a 6:30 pm showing of ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas, Saturday, 30 October

London Eye – family Halloween themed arts and crafts, a spooky Twilight Flight inlcuding a Bloody Mary, through Sunday, 31 October

Alice Cooper’s Halloween Night of Fear – shock rock performances by Alice Cooper and freak show entertainer Jim Rose at the Roundhouse, Camden, 31 October – 1 November

Jack the Ripper Walk – tour in the footsteps of London’s notorious murderer with Walk London, 7:30pm nightly, meet at the Tower Hill Tube

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