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October 23, 2015

Want to have the spookiest Halloween experience?


Celebrate Halloween in London 2015…/things-to-do/top-10-halloween-even…

Want to have the spookiest Halloween experience?

Check our Top 10 Halloween events for 2015: (Part 1)

1. All Dogs Matter Halloween Dog Walk and Show
You might need to trick and/or treat your dog to get them into a Halloween costume, but those whose pups don’t mind fancy dress may be well rewarded following this charity walk in aid of All Dogs Matter – there are prizes for the best dressed dogs. Spaniards Inn , Hampstead Garden Suburb Sunday October 25 2015

2. The Halloween of Crossbones
The Halloween of Crossbones was first performed in 1998 and honours those buried in the Crossbones Graveyard. John Constable and Nigel of Bermondsey perform poems and songs before a procession sets out to the gates of the graveyard where a candlelit ceremony and reading of the Names of the Dead takes place. The Table , Southwark Saturday October 31 2015

3. Pumpkin Carving
Your pumpkin attempt will (hopefully) turn out a whole lot better than last year’s with the help of these crafty sessions for grown-ups, if only because the free Halloween cocktail will get you feeling creative. Tickets include a pumpkin and all the tools you’ll need to carve it a face. Drink Shop & Do , King’s Cross Monday October 19 2015 – Thursday October 29 2015

4. Nightwatchers
The Tower of London becomes a spooky playground for this after-dark immersive experience directed by Anagram, a digital theatre company. Messages and phone calls will lead you through the buildings and courtyards as the stories of code-breakers, law enforcers and religious extremists from the past unfold. Tours take place at 6.15pm, 6.45pm, 7.15pm, 7.45pm and 8.15pm and last 45 minutes. Preview performances on Oct 28-29 are available at a reduced rate of £16. Tower of London , Tower Hill Wednesday October 28 2015 – Saturday November 7 2015

5. 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

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