If you are too old for trick-or-treating but still want to have some fun this Halloween, we have some top picks in four cities.
Birmingham Halloween Street Food Festival
Featuring DJ stars Craig Charles and Joey Negro. The Day and Night markets combine street food and top DJ’s to create a festival-like atmosphere. Check out the spooky themed Halloween weekender running Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29th. See more event details here.
Horror Films at the Rivoli Ballroom, London
Scare yourself silly at special screenings of Halloween and The Shining by Crofton Park Pictures at the Rivoli Ballroom. Enjoy drinks, ice cream, popcorn, and hotdogs while you watch. Dates available at the time of writing Thurs Oct 27 & Fri Oct 28.
Manchester City-Wide Halloween Festival
The first year of the event promises over 4,000 pumpkin lanterns and a giant robotic spider roaming the streets. Manchester Town Hall will be going green for Halloween. Imposing cemetery gates will be erected, featuring sound effects such as wolves howling and witches cackling. Try on scary outfits and take selfies in the booth. Face painting for kids and family fun. The festival takes place in Manchester City centre between October 21 and 31. Read more.
Chester Zoo’s Halloween Spectacular Liverpool
Another family friendly event, the zoo is set to be transformed into a mysterious wonderland. It’s the first event of its kind to be staged in a zoo so really worth visiting. An evil sorcerer will cast a spell over the nocturnal animals to try to steal their powers. There will be a host of performers, from acrobats to musicians during the event. It runs from Saturday, October 22 to Monday, October 31.
We hope this gives you some ideas for some spooky Halloween fun!
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