Our favourite month is finally upon us… October! The spookiest time of year.
We thought it’d be fun to give you some fun options to do over the spooky period. So we’ve listed our top 5 Halloween activities in London for you to enjoy.
Laser Tag Nights: Month of Horror
At Star Command: The Outpost, they have been running 18+ themed laser tag games monthly for the kid in us. This month, they’re giving you a month of horror, with soundtracks from all different style of horror movie. Give yourself a thrilling Halloween experience and book yourself in for some scary laser tag or even start your night out there and party afterwards!
Trapped in a Room With A Zombie
Now, at Trapped Escape Rooms, they began their journey with their Zombie experience. The amount of people they’ve scared this year alone is unfathomable. From ages 14+ you can experience literally being trapped in a room with a zombie whilst you try to escape. We love this one because every 5 minutes the hungry zombie’s chain is released another foot, getting closer and closer to you. Sessions are held Monday to Friday every evening and more times throughout the weekend. They’re also hosting extra dates during the Halloween week, so keep your eyes peeled!
Carnivale: The Dark and The Damned
Apocalypse Events are bringing you a Halloween party like no other. Looking for a night out with an eerie, dark and twisted theme? Then this is the place for you. This club night is running over 3 nights of the Halloween week so there’s all the opportunity for you to go. With scare mazes, DJs and fire performers all under one roof. We couldn’t think of a better way to spend your Halloween weekend.
The Original Jack The Ripper Tour
If you weren’t able to make it to our Whitechapel Immersive Theatre show, The forever famous Original Jack The Ripper Tour is a great alternative to experience and understand the goings on in the 19th century Whitechapel murders.
The forever famous, Jack The Ripper tour. I don’t think the world will ever tire of this one. Get yourself down there for a spooky Halloween night. Guides for this tour are published authors and internationally recognised as being amongst the World’s leading experts on the case. This walk has been going since 1982 and with sessions running every evening 7 days a week, you can’t really miss this one!
Now, this event is just for kids, but really we all know how much we all enjoy carving pumpkins.
Take some time out for yourself and relax doing something spooky and get yourself (or the kids) down to this workshop on 25th October. Adults go free with a kid, so bring your cousin or nephew down as an excuse to get yourself down there and have the best pumpkin skills in your family home.
It says suitable for children aged 4+ but it doesn’t say a cut off age, that’s all I’m saying…