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What to do this Halloween!

Find the hottest Halloween parties and other fab fright night ideas here!

By Clare Gill
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A 4-day Halloween extravaganza from Proud Cabaret !

Proud Cabaret lives up to its reputation as the City’s hottest escape, hosting an unmissable 4 day Halloween inspired event.
Collaborating with notorious promoters the Tassel Club and Kitsch Lounge Riot guests can expect unique showcases of themed burlesque, cabaret and circus acts alongside live jazz and late retro club nights.
\r\nStarting on Thursday 28th and partying until Sunday 31st for more details: \r\n

London Dungeon

The London Dungeon invites you to delve into the capital\'s most blood-curdling history. Live actors, two hair-raising rides, shows and special effects transport you back to those black, bleak times...are you brave enough?


All Star Halloween Fancy Dress Party

Expect great costumes, haunting halloween cocktails and scary decorations!This bar-cum-club-American Diner-cum-bowling alley has a £100 prize for the best fancy dress costume of the night and the Dastardly DJs will be playing classic Halloween tunes (Thriller!) all night long and FREE ENTRY.\r\n

Halloween Hocus Pocus at Chessington World of Adventure

chessington world of adventures Cackling witches, wicked goblins, giant pumpkins and spider webs will greet brave adventurers as they scream on hair-raising rollercoasters into the dark night and get up close and personal with the Zoo\'s spiders, snakes, owls and cockroaches!\r\nFor more information visit the official site -

Spooky Tours at Powderham Castle

Powderham Castle, halloween 2010 Watch and listen as you are led through the Castle rooms by a mysterious old Nanny. Prepare yourself for the odd fright (and perhaps even a giggle) as the story unfolds. Feel the thrill and anticipation build as another door opens and some familiar scenes meet your eyes.\r\nFor more information visit the official site -

Alton Towers\' Annual Scarefest

alton towers, halloween 2010 Experience the terror at the Alton Towers this October as the annual Scarefest event returns for a fourth year with even more terror than ever before. Back bigger and better are the petrifying mazes, with a new twist for 2010! Brand new this year is the ultimate in horror mazes; the chilling Carnival of Screams. Old favourites return to this year\'s event, including the horrors that lie within the Terror of the Towers and the perilous Boiler House where only the very brave will survive the serial killers on the loose.\r\nFor more information visit the official site -

Ghost Stories

ghost stories, halloween 2010 Those who are brave enough to pick up Ghost Stories tickets will be treated to a genuinely terrifying theatre experience, where the tension is cranked up and shocks are around every hidden corner...Ghost Stories however, is truly terrifying, so it’s advised that those under 16 years of age, or those who are of an especially nervous disposition should give this particular piece of theatre a miss – it really is scary!\r\nFor more information visit the official site -

Lynx Halloween All Nighter

halloween 2010 This unique and exciting club night - the Lynx All Nighter - takes place at Alexandra Palace on the eve of Halloween, It features some of the finest, coolest and most recognisable names on the commercial dance and urban scene, from chart topping performers to world famous DJs. Taking place on Saturday, October 30 from 9pm-6am, the Lynx All Nighter has a breathtaking line-up including Professor Green, Tinchy Stryder, Roll Deep, Swerve and Manny Norte, as well as DJ sets from Shortee Blitz, Audio Bully\'s, Kiss DJs and many more.\r\nLynx Halloween All Nighter tickets are now available for the event taking place at Alexandra Palace on Saturday 30th October 2010. To purchase tickets please call 0844 847 1707.

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