Halloween parties aren't just for kids. And why should they be? I mean, the ghosts and ghouls don't officially come out to play until after bedtime. That's when the real scares begin.
You can usually find London's streets littered with unusually dressed individuals, but none quite more so than during the Halloween season. Nightclubs around the capital will be hosting spooky spectaculars, each offering something different.
If you are a film buff, then t you are going to want to attend the Dia de Los Muertos Experience! Taking place at Rich Mix on Bethnal Green Road, it will be three culturally horrific nights of Mexican cinema, live acts, DJs, facepaints, dance, theatre performances. For £9.50 on the 1st November see a screening of The Devil's Backbone at 11.15pm. Then from 7pm on the 2nd November to 1am the next morning, there will be The Black Pit of Dr M, the Voodoo Love Orchestra, and more.
Music lovers should make their way over to Netil House on Westgate Street for a party that starts at 10am on the 1st November and lasts till 6am the next morning. Zombie SoundSystem is a travelling freak show with two-headed monsters, spider women, and a monkey boy. Tickets are £20, and there will be music from artists in the Cadenza Records Company.
Creative types might want o see how their Halloween costumes hold up when put to the test. French Tuesdays will be having a Halloween costume party at No. 5 Cavendish Square on the 31st October from 8pm-2am. Tickets start from £15, and will include contests for the sexiest outfit, most creative, and best group effort.
Finally for the spend thrifts among you there is free entry to the , Voodoo Island Massacre at Upper West on King's Road on the 1st - 3rd November. The club will be transfored into a deserted island, where you will experience role play, sorcery, tribal dancers, Mr Deathman on the Congos, and tarot readings. Help find the victims of voodoo revelry.