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October 23, 2015

Part 2 of the Spookiest Halloween Celebration in London:

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6. Wahaca presents Day of the Dead Festival

In Mexico the Dia de los Muertos is a chance to honour loved ones who have moved on from this earth with the sort of fiesta you want to stay at forever. Thomasina Miers’s Mexican food brand Wahaca are putting on one hell of a party this Day of the Dead, with a line-up of music including The Horrors, Crystal Fighters, Savages and Mexrrissey, who offer Latino covers of Morrissey and The Smiths. – Tobacco Dock , Wapping Saturday November 7, 2015

7. Chills in the Chapel

What spookier place to spend Halloween than a Gothic-revival chapel? Following a sold out event last year the Union Chapel will be screening classic slasher horrors for two nights in 2015 – ‘Escape from New York’ on Oct 30 and a medley of the ‘Halloween’ series on Oct 31. – Union Chapel , Canonbury Friday October 30 2015 – Saturday October 31, 2015

8. The Crick Crack Club Presents: The Day of the Dead

The Crick Crack Club’s annual celebration of the Día de los Muertos festival where guests are invited to bring along photos of lost loved ones to add to a special altar. Storytellers perform throughout the evening, drawing on Mexican traditions and life-affirming celebrations. The event is suitable those 14 and over. – Rich Mix , Shoreditch Thursday October 29, 2015

9. Eerie Evening Tours of Kensington Palace

Three centuries’ worth of secret and spooky stories are hidden within the walls of Kensington Palace. Find out about the unexplained happenings and shadowy mysteries of the building’s many royal residents on these 90-minute guided tours. Book in advance on the Kensington Palace website or on 0844 482 7777. – Kensington Palace , Kensington Thursday October 29 2015 – Friday January 29, 2016

10. The Halloween Playground

This frightfully fun Halloween party is set in the suitably spooky – and also beautiful – Hornsey Town Hall over two nights, where you can enjoy cabaret, circus performance, DJs, a live band, a ‘zombie cinema’ and a silent disco. There’ll also be a human ghost train, ghost lectures and other freaky antics. – Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre , Crouch End Friday October 30 2015 – Sunday November 1, 2015

http://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/top-10-halloween-events-in-london?package_page=41411

 

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