Whats on in London: enjoy 4 original Halloween parties!

Haunted House of Toast: It’s Night of the Living Bread!
Museums at Night: After the March edition, the event opens again its doors on the Halloween weekend in a series of after-hours events at some of the capital's biggest museums
The Superette Allstars: Top Chefs Alex Motture, Chris Griffet and Alex Cooper will open the doors of The London Kitchen Project to offer you a delicious 9-course tasting menu
Temple Cinema: watch your favourite classics this Halloween

Say hello to originality this year! If you love Halloween but are tired of the same old parties and events, we have good news for you. This year you don’t even need to start asking whats on in London this Halloween – we selected some original events that will give your weekend a twist!

 

Haunted House of Toast

It’s Night of the Living Bread! This Halloween, The Robin Collective offers you The Haunted House of Toast at the Hoxton Hotel Shoreditch, on the 30th October. If you love architecture, bread and fun, this is event is for you for you. Each team will be provided with bread and a toaster to build the best House of bread. “Building materials” like jam and cocktail sticks will be added to the fun if you win the teams quiz. An original night for anyone looking for whats on in London this Halloween.

 

Museums at Night 2015

If you think that Halloween and museums don’t match, that’s because you never heard of Museums at Night. After the March edition, the event opens again its doors on the Halloween weekend in a series of after-hours events at some of the capital’s biggest museums. The London Transport Museum, UCL Art Museum, National Gallery, Freud Museum and Dulwich Picture Gallery are some of the names that are part of this fantastic Halloween celebration.

 

Superette Allstars Halloween Feast

If you are a keen foodie and are always asking whats on in London in terms of gastronomy, on Halloween you may find some tasty suggestions waiting for you. Top Chefs Alex Motture, Chris Griffet and Alex Cooper will open the doors of The London Cooking Project to offer you a delicious 9-course tasting menu.

 

Temple Cinema

Love the classics? This Halloween you don’t need to stay at home watching your favourite movies while the action is out there. The East End Film Festival and the Andaz London Liverpool Street Hotel will once again open the doors of Temple Cinema in a series of classics for this Halloween. Watch A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, The Omen and The Exorcist at a scenic venue this year!