Five fun Halloween-themed things to do in London

There are lots of ghostly events happening across the city, giving Londoners plentiful opportunities to get in on the fun.

We have compiled a list of five, fun events across London for those looking for ways to get in the Halloween spirit this month.

SOUND at The Cumberland Hotel

If limited edition, spooky cocktails, mocktails and shots sound like fun to you then this is your Halloween event.

It is also a family friendly offer, as during half-term all children under the age of 12 who order a spooky mocktail will receive a special trick or treat gift.

This offer stands from October 20 – November 1 and some of the spooky drinks available include Bloody Zombies, Death’s Door Martinis and Brain Hemorrages.


Bottomless brunch at Bar + Block, King’s Cross

This Halloween, Bar + Block is offering bottomless bubbles with a Halloween bottomless lunch.

The offer runs from 12pm-5pm with a two course lunch at this contemporary steakhouse.

It’s £30 per person for unlimited fizz or beer and for an extra £5 guests can enjoy Halloween-themed cocktails such as the Zombie or The Witches Brew.


Halloween drag brunch and party at Skylight, Peckham

On Saturday, October 28 from 12.30pm to 4pm Skylight in Peckham is holding a drag brunch.

It will be hosted by Queen Beverley Monet who will hold lip sync battles and drag performances as well as 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco, rum punch and Bloody Mary’s.

In the evening, from 7pm until 1am the party continues at Skylight and there will be a “fright night of fun” and DJ Annabel will host.


Creepy Carnival Halloween Party at Skylight Tobacco Dock in Whitechapel

On Saturday, October 28 from 6.30pm until 11pm a Halloween party will be in full swing.

The rooftop venue offers incredible views of the city and will be decked out in pumpkin patches and gruesome décor.

For £15 per person, guests can enjoy the party and a special cocktail on arrival.

Prizes will be on offer for those attending with the best costumes.


Which Wine is Witch? A blind wind tasting at Gaucho

On October 31, Gaucho will continue its Sour Grapes series with a Which Wine is Witch Halloween special.

Guests are invited to sample a variety of wines, not knowing which is which, as each wine is paired with a small plate.

There will also be a tarot card reader on hand to answer any questions.

The event runs from 6pm and costs £25pp.

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