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Celebrate Halloween In London

By Lori on Oct 25 2013

The London Dungeon Late

This Halloween, why not journey back to London's darkest hour to it's plague-ridden streets and meet some of the city's scariest characters as The London Dungeon opens its doors until 10pm for a fright night special. Who will you be running from... Jack The Ripper, Guy Fawkes or Sweeney Todd?

Night Safari: Myths and Monsters Halloween special at The National History Museum

Ever had a million questions about the mythical creatures and monsters and want to know where the stories came from? Then this is the night for you. Get up close and personal with the creepy crawlies and skeletons in the main hall of London's National History Museum and be accompanied by scientists who will be revealing all the nightmares.

Phobophobia (London Bridge)

The fear of all fears. The event named "the Halloween experience for the sickest souls' is back. For those of you who are brave enough to walk the maze and it's terrifying characters, this is the show for you. 'Mind-bending... intimidating, shocking and unnerving show'.

Grease Frightenin' (The Monarch, Camden)

Let's take it back to the 50s, get your leather pants on, quiff your hair, pop your collar your gory blood paint for Grease Frightenin'! This Halloween Soundtracks is going to be Hopelessly Devoted To Braaaains with an undead tribute to one of the greatest films ever.

The Ghost Bus Tour

All aboard! Why not take a ghostly tour on a classic 1960s Routemaster bus around the darker side of London. A guided tour with spooky and funny tales from the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey over to St. Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London. Witness the city's sites of murder, torture and execution, and learn about the ghosts of London.

Hollywood Forever (Egg, Camden)

Egg London again throws their annual Halloween bash! This year the theme is Hollywood Forever, meaning you are required to dress up as your favourite Hollywood film stairs, icons and celebrities. We're thinking a Marilyn Monroe come back! The event is to be headlined by NiCe7, Ninetoes, David Penn and Pablo Ceballos, Audiowhores, Miky J plus many more artists TBA.

Pop-Up Screen Halloween Special

Love horror films? Why not watch them in a far creepier environment than your sofa or local cinema. Pop Up Screens this year moves to St James Church West Hampstead. There will be a Halloween Special, screening a series of horror classics over four nights.

  • Hellraiser (31st October)
  • Saw (1st November)
  • Scream (2nd November)
  • Beetlejuice (3rd November)