On the evening of October 31st, when millions people all across the world mark the unique medieval tradition of Halloween, London is the trendsetter for all things wicked and wacky.
Now is the time for all you hair-raising zombies, skeletons and ghosts to get into motion, show off your moves, and celebrate the most bone-chilling time of the year with your petrifying friends.
Here are some of London’s best Halloween party pop-ups
See one of London’s most famous party gardens transformed into a ghostly wilderness of giant cobwebs. Dance to the latest house music tunes, then grab some delicious food from the barbecue and take a break from those zany zombie moves. Make sure you arrive before 10pm in fancy dress so you don’t miss out on this terrific evening. If you arrive before 9pm, can also receive a free cocktail.
The Pirates Halloween Boat Party takes place on a fabulous permanently moored boat on the historic Victoria Embankment, just moments from Embankment tube station. Fancy dress is also mandatory here on Halloween night, and you’ll be guaranteed hours of petrifying, pirate-style fun as you dance to the latest big hits with a renowned DJ. The best-dressed man and woman each receive a bottle of champagne, too.
For an exciting, spellbinding hip hop and house music party, head to the Turnt Halloween Boat Party near the Tower Millennium Pier and Blackfrairs tube station. As you might expect, fancy dress is virtually a legal requirement here, so wear your creepiest costume ever and look forward to a spectacular evening. The boat leaves at 7.30pm and sales along the Thames, passing many other famous London landmarks, so make sure you get here early!
A Halloween experience like no other, Mrs Peel’s Halloween party take place at Eight Moorgate near Moorgate tube station and brings you back to Swinging London and the world of ’60’s icon Emma Peel. Dress to kill, and journey back to a time when Britain was the world-leader in fashion, music and art. With psychedelic lighting and excellent views from its rooftop terrace, your guests will be in for a dazzling Halloween extravaganza.
Book early to avoid missing out on your London Halloween party!
Places can run out quickly, so it’s a good idea to book your Halloween party tickets as early as possible. The earlier you book, the cheaper prices tend to be, and you’ll have a much wider range of venues to choose from in London. Last, but not least, get your costume ready well in advance so you won’t have to worry about finding one at the last minute! Tweet us @ultimateexp if you have any other great ideas for Halloween in London.