We've noticed at DesignMyNight that every year, Halloween just gets bigger and bigger! Looking to rival the US, the UK throws lavish balls, parties and events where everyone can get their freak on!
I've looked at all our ticketed events on DesignMyNight and curated my recommended top Halloween events to go to this year in London
Immerse yourself in spooky mystery this Halloween at a secret, multi-floor party promising live music, DJs, innovative art and roaming performers. The address will be revealed to ticket holders just 48 hours before the event and dressing up is an absolute must.
Expect ghoulish glamour and a seductive ambience at the elusive Madame Noir's Halloween ball on Saturday. Combining sultry performances with dazzling burlesque, this VIP affair promises a sensual-cum-sinister evening for its distinguished guests to enjoy.
Looking for a clubbing event with a difference this Halloween season? Look no further than the horror of the Twisted Circus. Fronting incredible performers and a heady line-up of renowned DJs, this rowdy scare-fest will keep you dancing WAY past the witching hour.
If partying isn't your vibe this Hallows' Eve, perhaps a professionally-prepared, nine-course feast is. A tasty pop-up from the pros behind the London Kitchen Project, guests of this dining affair will also save a little cash on booze, as the event is helpfully BYO. Nice.
Eat, dance and spook yourself silly at the Dead Dolls House's Halloween bash this year. You'll enjoy a hearty three course feast (accompanied by a glass of ghoulish punch), before jamming to 80s tunes and hip hop beats across their quirky, multi-floor venue in Islington.
Melisandre was right; the night IS dark, and it's full of terrors, too. An army of dead 'beyond the wall' are preparing to attack London, and it's your duty to defend the realm against the White Walkers. Helpfully, you can do so by sipping on specially-themed cocktails at Finch's GoT-inspired Halloween bash.
Get into the spooky swing of things at Temple Cinema, who are screening a number of scary flicks this Halloween season. First up, the aptly-named 1977 horror, 'Halloween'. All the movies are screened from the Andaz London Liverpool Street Hotel's fittingly creepy and hidden Masonic Temple.
Think pig's blood ketchup, scallop hotdogs, and plenty of other tricks and treats as the Disappearing Dining Club take over the cellars of Brunswick House for a unique Halloween dining experience this year. Tickets include four terrifyingly-tasty courses.