Hello to you friendly ghosts, zombies, werewolves and other wonderful creatures. Your time to shine is here again as its Halloween once more. For the occasion EF has concocted a list of terrifying events that you little monsters of the night get to enjoy.
Secretsundaze has become a staple rave for the most dedicated dancers. From its humble beginnings as a Sunday secret party to now it’s been an interesting road. With its very own summer festival and special events it isn’t a surprise that Secretsundaze Asylum parties have become an essential every Halloween. With petrifying disguised and its haunting setting, this party is always fun for the natural ravers amongst us. This year the party will take place in East London’s Oval Space and will feature music from Function – house Set / Redshape (Live) / Sven Weisemann / James Priestley / Giles Smith
When: 2nd November
Dress code: whatever scares you the most!
The Black Market Ball will mark Kill The Beast’s 2nd anniversary and set to be a Halloween Extravaganza of the best kind. Not only that this event is absolutely free. Live music has been especially selected for your disgusting taste and the setting will not be complete without the tale of the Talisman. Here is a little statement:
We know it must be difficult.
Watching those you love suffer, die of this wretched disease.
We know that of all people you – you aristocrats with your endless decadence – must feel this hurt the most keenly. What are riches, after all, when they cannot buy a cure?
But perhaps they can.
At the Black Market Ball, the gift of life goes to the highest bidder.
Powder your sores, glitter your styes, slick over your sickness. Tonight, you are well again.
Just as long as you pay the price.
All this will happen at the London Fields Brewery.
When: 2nd November
Dress code: your very finest, Plague-Dusted.
Running Wild Halloween Special is coming to London and has set its eyes on Electric Brixton for a fright night and mini festival all rolled into one. With Gottwood festival’s production behind it and a line-up that will satisfy your evil taste buds this will indeed be a night to remember. Kidnap Kid, Catz N Dogz, Dark Sky, Deadboy, Toyboy & Robin are a few of the artists announced for this Halloween event.
When: 1st November
Dress code: woodland creepy creatures
Backyard Cinema Apocalypse is a three day event showcasing some of the best and most iconic Zombie movies. The event is taking place in the famous Camden Lock where the infection is set to spread like a plague. At Camden Lock’s indoor market you will have to fight your way through live action zombies, which are out there to get you before you can attend the screening rooms but don’t worry if you’re lucky the SWAT team will help you. There also be food courtesy of Honest Burgers and plenty of drink and blankets to hide behind!
Dress code: whatever will give you the strength to fight zombies
Film screening details below:
31st Oct – Zombieland – 8pm
31st Oct – Evil Dead – 10:30pm
1st Nov – The Cabin In The Woods – 8pm
1st Nov – 28 Days Later – 10:30pm
2nd Nov – World War Z – 8pm
2nd Nov – I Spit On Your Grave – 10:30pm
Krafty Kuts the international break-beat artist has prepared something for anyone who just fancies staying in and making their own party at home! Every month a guest DJ is invited to participate and create an original new Malibu Play mix and this month Krafty Kuts inspiration was spooky and his ghoulish tunes are everything you need to keep entertained, Ghostbusters, Voodoo People, Sympathy For The Devil are amongst many interesting remixes on this mix.