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How to celebrate Halloween in London

Are you fearless enough to take on the dark side of London this Halloween? Get behind the wheel of your car rental and head down to a fancy dress shop first to pick out a killer outfit. Then you will be prepared to explore haunted pubs, nerve-racking theatre and hair raising parties. We also have food options for you to compliment a jam packed Halloween weekend. Should you be brave enough to trail through scary tours, we wish you a spine-chilling Halloween.





Itching to dazzle the crowd with the only dance routine you know off by heart? Your Michael Jackson Thriller performance will be looked on with much enthusiasm where ever you go but mostly at The Old Queens Head where they are holding a Thriller themed night. Drive down to IndigO2 in your car hire to attend a Halloween Circus complete with spooky clowns, bendy ballerinas and lightbulb eating. If you prefer to dine Slaughterhouse Supper Club is hosting a four course themed dinner accompanied by gruesome wines and cocktails. Alternatively, become a Pirate of the River Thames with 400 others on this party boat voyage.



The classic Phantom of the Opera could stand alone as the panicle of Halloween theatre since it never gets old. We all know what is going to happen next but it somehow manages to scare us out of our skin anyway. For a thought provoking murder mystery book tickets to see Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. You don’t need reminding that Halloween is not complete without some element of illusion and it doesn’t get any better than The Woman in Black. This terrifying stage adaptation of Susan Hill’s intense horror will have you double checking the lights when you return you your hotel just to make sure that lampshade is not a ghost. The faint hearted are advised to see light hearted musical Wicked which is a box office hit in London.


Haunted Pubs

Legend has it that in the eighteenth century a coach driven by a ghostly figure hauled by four horses pulled up to a public house, hence the name Coach & Four Horses. The closer it drew the more it appeared that the driver was headless, pay a visit if you dare! For an equality chilling night, don’t miss the opportunity to sip a pint at Jack the Ripper’s well-known local The Ten Bells. Meanwhile, Morpeth Arms and The Rising Sun where the body snatchers would recreate are just a couple of drinking spots famed for paranormal activity.


Cake Shops

Those with a sweet tooth will love any excuse to indulge in some baked goods so we are going to give them one. Bake-a-Boo’s tearoom in West Hampstead provides gluten free/dairy free/egg-free cupcakes and bakes. Spoil yourself with richly delicious cakes from Konditor & Cook in London Bridge. This small but mighty shop is a favourite to sugar lovers all over London. Vegan options can be found at Ms Cupcake in Brixton, while Beas of Bloomsbury doesn’t fail in delivering ingenious designs and tastes – one look at their Instagram and you’ll be jumping into your hired car to purchase some goods. Befitting of fancy dress occasions such as Halloween Betty Blythe is a 1920’s style tea room that allows you to step into the past for a few hours. Amongst a range of stylish activities, you can even book a Charleston, Swing or Burlesque dancing class ranging between £30-45. Now that’s a cake shop with a difference!


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