Feel like you’ve left the Halloween celebrations too late? Don’t worry, we’ve got you. It’s never too late in the Square Mile.
‘Tis the season for ghouls and goblins. So, whether you want to go ghost hunting with the kids or want to enjoy a few devilish cocktails in your best spooky costume, we’ve got your Halloween weekend covered.
Check out our pick of the most freakishly fun things to do this Halloween in the City of London.
Southern Comfort Halloween Party with Cirque du Soul
Drink connoisseurs, Southern Comfort, are throwing a special party alongside one of the UK’s top night clubs, Cirque Du Soul. The party will see the magic of New Orleans come to life at NOLA-inspired venue
The headline acts, including Radio 1 DJ Arielle Free, will be supported by the Cirque Du Soul collective, who will entertain revellers with house, funk, soul, disco, bass, garage and hip-hop music. Plus, there will be delicious So Co cocktails all night. Where do we book?
October 27 7.30pm-midnight
11 Goods Way N1C 4DP
Halloween Drag Ball at NYX Hotel London Holborn
Celebrate the spookiest night of the year in style with drag sensation Miss Demeanour at the NYX Hotel. Expect hell-raising live music, fantastic lip syncs, late-night dancing and deadly cocktails within the spooky bar.
Just make sure your fangs are in and claws are out as there’ll be a prize for the best dressed.
Tickets are now free
Ghost Raiders: Tower of London
Do you and your little ones want a real fright this spooky season? Get your family together to solve a supernatural mystery at The Tower of London this half-term.
Team up with the Ghost Raiders who need your help to capture the roaming ghouls in the Tower. Are you brave enough? Can you protect the Tower of London?
Halloween at Gaucho Smithfield
Dust off those cobwebs and head to Gaucho’s for the scariest feast of the year.
The Smithfield restaurant will be taken over by devils and demons for a week of your favourite Gaucho plates with a ghoulish twist. Expect skulls, twisted vines, ominous spiders and creepily chilling interiors, too.
With two haunting menus to choose from, including bottomless boo-zy options, there’s no excuse to book this weekend if you haven’t got plans.
Fat Tony’s ‘Full Fat Halloween Brunch’ at The Anthologist
If you’re looking for something with a little more sparkle, make your way to The Anthologist for the Full Fat Brunch party this Sunday.
Hosted by DJ Fat Tony, not only will you enjoy a two-course brunch, but you’ll also be trick or treated to wicked disco beats, sinful drinks and amazing dancers. Not one to be missed.
Tickets £41 and includes a two-course brunch.