The haunting hour will soon be upon us as ghoul and goddess alike polish their finest garments to relish in the nights’ delights. From Shoreditch to Kings Cross and finally returning home to Wimbledon we’ve broken down the best Halloween, or All Hallows Eve, parties happening in London not to miss.
Pandora’s Box Halloween Party
For those brave enough Pandora’s Box Halloween Party, in Shoreditch, is the place to be. Established in 2015 this party has sold out every single year and is back again to entice the curious. The event, spread over three floors, will have a midnight freak show, devilish canapes and a demonic UV wall mural installations.
4 Paul Street Corner of Paul, Worship Street, Shoreditch, EC2A 4JH (Saturday 27th October, 9pm till 2am)
Danse Macabre Halloween Ball (Baroque Carnival of Lust & Disgust)
If you want to attend this event you must adhere to a strict dress code; The Beautiful and The Damned. This Halloween Ball, presented by The Last Tuesday Society, will take place across the four floors of King Cross’s Palace of The Night. Pick your poison from performance art, opera and a midnight feast.
275, Pentonville Road, King’s Cross, London, N1 9NL (Wednesday 31st October, 9pm to 4am)
Malice in Wonderland – South London
Hosted at Mondrian London, brainchild of renown British designer Tom Dixon, Malice in Wonderland takes inspiration from transatlantic voyage. Reopening in 2014 after a refurb this unique location embodies 1920’s cruise ship glamour with a contemporary twist.
20 Upper Ground, SE1 9PD (Saturday 27th October, 7.30pm till 2am)
Lady W Halloween Supper Club with Nesan Creations
Guests are invited to let their deepest fears embrace their ultimate fantasy at Lady Wimbledon’s 2018 Halloween. As the yearly tradition prescribes there will be fun, fright and fierce fashion statements being made.
While the guest list is closed three lucky souls will have a chance to win a ticket to Lady W’s Halloween Party this year. Read our latest blog post here to find out how to enter.