Looking for a night out in London can sound like a very easy task. The city is dotted with non-stop party areas which allow you to pick and choose from countless bars and clubs of varying styles and tastes. As Halloween is only a few weeks away, people are starting to ramp up the anticipation for the occasion. Everybody wants an excuse to dress up all gory, and this ancient pagan harvest bringer and Christian remembrance of the dead memorial is a brilliant excuse to show off your style. But what is style without the right platform? We’ve collated some of the best parties in the city so that guests staying at the Grand Royale London Hyde Park this October can find a great place to show off their costumes and dance away those scares.
Mansion London Halloween Ball
This extravagant ball taking place with London’s glitzy Mansion event promoters, this party will take place in a secret venue which is told to ticket holders 48 hours before Halloween. With a stellar line up of DJ’s and live music performers, party goers can also enjoy cage dancers and even have their fortunes told. With so much on offer over the night, this event is not one to miss, especially if you want a background of horror films, right out of hells vintage collection itself.
Haunting the tobacco dock in Halloween night, techno night Drumcode will be back for a fourth year of horror based partying. With a talented rostra of techno DJ’s, you can expect an industrial electronica nightmare including the talents of DJ’s such as Sam Paganini, Reset Robot and Ilario Alicante. Techno is a great genre to party on Halloween to, it’s dark industrial notes and the setting which it evokes lend itself well to the surreal, nightmarish and jarring.
Dead Dolls Halloween Party
Based in Islington, the Dead Dolls Halloween Party is known for its great Friday night parties, moving the action to Halloweens Saturday and taking over an old Victorian townhouse for a party like no other. With an already atmospheric setting, it is up to revellers to party into the early hours and come looking suitably scary. With a free drink on arrival, guests will find it easy to get in the party mood.
The Waterloo Vaults is already a performance venue with some of the best atmosphere in London. Taking a DIY wonderland ethos for their subterranean lair, the Vaults under Waterloo station will be transforming the space into a beautifully spooky rave hall. With the likes of electro sing heroes, The Correspondents, Severed Limb and Sam and the Womp bringing their eccentric styles to the party, you can be sure to be part of a truly memorable experience in one of London’s most atmospheric venues.
Ministry of Sound Halloween Rave 2017
Even without Halloween, the Ministry of Sound is well known for putting on some world class DJ’s and internationally renowned superstars. So, for those staying in Bayswater London, look for a classy and suitably cool Halloween at the Ministry of Sound, ensuring for an amazing night of music and costumes.