Have a Ghoulish Halloween in London with our Spooky To Do List!

Have a Ghoulish Halloween in London with our Spooky To Do List!

Here’s our list of unusual things to do to celebrate Halloween in London over the Weekend!

Including a creepy museum after dark, kooky cabaret, ghoulish comedy & more!

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Candlelit Halloween Late | Sir John Soane’s Museum | 28 October | From 6:15pm | £30

Enjoy an after dark adventure into the shadows of the Soane on a spooky curator-led, candlelit tour, with Halloween-themed cocktails to calm the nerves as you hear dark tales of death, gawk at mummies, and see creepy shadows at every corner!

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Poltergayst | The Marlborough Pub & Theatre (Brighton) | 29 October | 9pm | FREE

One of Brighton’s most haunted pubs hosts “a queer Halloween extravaganza”, featuring performances by Mzz Kimberley, Dolly Rocket, Lasana Shabazz, Harry Clayton-Wright, Brendan Maclean  and tunes courtesy of Queen Josephine.

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White Mischief’s HELL FREEZES OVER Halloween Ball | Scala | 29 October | 9pm | £19.99

You are invited to fly along the highway to hell together with cabaret, aerial, circus, DJs and dancing, as White Mischief celebrates Halloween in style! The lineup includes: Dusty Limits, Tankus The Henge, Bowjangles, Lolo Brow, Ms Chameleon’s Incredible Flea Circus & MORE!

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Music to be Murdered/Haunted By | The Crazy Coqs | 30 & 31 October | 7pm | £20

Promising “a treat for both their ears and eyes”, Mr Bowler’s ‘Music to be Murdered/Haunted By’ should quench your thirst for comedic murderous thoughts. Alfred Hitchcock narrates, and the cast keep the audience on the edge of their seats… Stylish Halloween fare!

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Adam’s Hallowe’en Comedy Night | Camden Comedy Club | 31 October & 1 November | 8pm | FREE

Two nights of Hallowee’en Comedy programmed by Weirdos Comedy Club, hosted by Adam Larter. The Monday lineup includes Michael Brunstrom, Lottie Bowater, Charlie Miller, John Luke Roberts & Eleanor Morton. On Tuesday, expect Phil Jarvis, Sooz Kempner, Matthew Highton, Katia Kvinge, John Henry Falle and more…

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The Crick Crack Club Presents: The Day of the Dead | Rich Mix | 1 November | 8pm | £6-£8

Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, the Crick Crack Club celebrates the Dias de Los Muertos at Rich Mix – showcasing magical storytelling from Nell Phoenix, Tim Ralphs, and Clare Muireann Murphy.

They Say: “Tonight – under the watchful eye of a bunch of gambling skeletons – dead ancestors are honoured; the souls of the dead are tempted back into the world of the living for a bit of a party, and Death is mocked, cheated and saluted by turn.”

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The Monarch’s Day of the Dead Comedy Cabaret | Angel Comedy Club | 1 November | 8:30pm | £5

A night of terrifying alternative comedy, featuring John-Luke “Frightening” Roberts, Tony “Spooky” Law, Paddy “What’s he done to Jonny?” Gervers, Helen “Headless” Cripps, Abigoliah “Doing something death defying” Schamaun, Danielle “Contains A Skeleton” Ward and Tom “Dead” Bell!

Did we forget anything for our top things to do in London this Halloween? Leave a comment below with your thoughts…

Rupert Dannreuther

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.