Halloween 2017: where to go

Parties in the Halloween style are the most anticipated events of the end of October. We have compiled a list of upcoming festive events. Traditionally, on Halloween, establishments decorate the interiors with candles, pumpkins and cobweb, and there will be only one requirement for a dress code: the worse, the better. By the way, costumes are not the least important for the atmosphere of the holiday, so you should take care of it in advance.

Overdough Halloween Hip Hop Brunch, October 28th. This option is good for those who do not like noisy parties. You can have a great time with your family and friends in a peaceful atmosphere. The brunch includes unlimited cocktails and pizza. The event will be held in Homeslice.

Walking Dead Halloween Party, October 28th. The party in Gilgamesh will be in the style of the popular series Walking Dead. And this means that you can survive a very incendiary zombie apocalypse. In addition, you will be pleased with a huge selection of themed cocktails and great music from local DJs.

Purge, October 28th. The annual Purge party will be held at Cafe 1001 at Brick Lane. In honor of the holiday, the interior of the institution will be transformed. Guests also should change the look and try on an interesting costume. A table with hot snacks will be available all night long so you can have fun until the morning.

Day of the Dead Halloween Party, October 28th. Like most events dedicated to Halloween, this party will be held on October 28th. You are waited in 93 Feet East. You just need to dress up, take your friends with you and have a good mood. The institution will be divided into four thematic zones, so that everyone will find something interesting.

Brixton Zombie Rooftop Party, October 28th. This zombie party will bring guests to one of the most popular places in London - Brixton Rooftop. Yes, on the roof in late October. But do not worry: there everything is heated and fenced, so you definitely will not freeze. "Otherworldly guests" are welcome at the event.

Dark Circus Party, October 28th. The circus will arrive at the legendary St. Pancras hotel. But this sight is not for children. You will see magnificent and frightening performances of actors, a great banquet and a wide choice of extravagant cocktails. Shining lights, luxurious costumes, incredible tricks ... Of course, there will be terrible secrets hidden in the pleats of the curtains – this is Halloween Eve. You can have fun the night away in the company of the most beautiful gymnasts and skillful jugglers.

Fright Night Halloween, October 31st. Unlike other parties, this one is entirely in voodoo style. It will be held at the Tropicana Beach Club and will be dedicated not to Halloween, but to the Mexican Day of the Dead. Guests will get one free cocktail and many cheerful surprises.

Silent Social's Haunted Silent Disco, October 27th. Just imagine yourself in a noiseless hall with a crowd of dancing people. Someone is singing a little, and someone has closed his eyes and just enjoying the atmosphere. Emotions from a quiet disco in headphones are difficult to describe in words. You just have to go to Infernos and get an amazing experience on the Halloween Eve.

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