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Brighton Journal | 9th December 2019

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What To Do This Halloween

What To Do This Halloween
Megan Lawrenson

Stuck on what to do this Halloween? Here’s a list of some of Brighton’s best spooky events coming up. 

 

 

Bar Crawl: Halloween City

One of Brighton Girl’s meet ups is happening on the 26th October, coming with a festive bar crawl. Come with a group of friends or by yourself for a night of ghoulish fun in bars across Brighton.

On the day, you can pick up a wrist band and bar list from Marwood between 12pm and 8pm, where you will spend your night in some of Brighton’s best bars, such as Twisted Lemon, Golden Pineapple and Presuming Eds. Over 18s only. All genders welcome!

Hospitality Halloween Brighton 2019

Concorde 2 brings to you Hospitality Halloween Brighton 2019. This Halloween extravaganza holds a fantastic line up of S.P.Y, Danny Byrd, Urbandawn and Bou. Hosted by Dynamite MC & Carasel MC. If you like Drum ‘n’ Bass and Jungle music, you will love this night.

1st November, 11pm-4am. You can buy your tickets here.

Tulleys Farm

Looking for a unique and entertaining experience this Halloween? Tulleys Farm is the place to go. Tulleys holds some of the best seasonal attractions with Europe’s largest Scream Park – Tulleys Shocktober Fest. If you want to be spooked this Halloween, dive straight in with this haunting escape room. During this season, Shocktober Fest has different themed attraction nights, such as Twisted Clowns, The Chop Shop and The Creepy Cottage. For over 18’s only.

Don’t be disheartened if you would like something to do for the whole family. Tulleys Farm offer a family friendly alternative during the day time. This family friendly event has previously been voted the UKS Number 1 Family Halloween Attraction. This event is not one to miss. 

You can see the full details of the event here.

Ghost Walk of The Lanes

Ghost Walk of The Lanes bring you extra walks this Halloween. These walks will run every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with a prompt 7.30 start, from the Druid’s Head. Rich with history and a haunting atmosphere, these walks are the perfect way to immerse yourself in the festivities this Halloween.

Join ghost walkers Silas, Jasper & Ebenezer for a tour of Brighton’s oldest quarter, where hardly a street or lane does not have a spectral connection. No need to book- just turn up!

See full details here.

White Wall Cinema: Halloween Movie Double Bill

White Wall Cinema’s Halloween Movie Double Bill is the perfect if you are looking for a cosy film night this Halloween. With two classic Halloween films, American Pysco and Body Double, this event is perfect if you’re looking for a different night out.

26th October, 6pm. Tickets from £15.

Halloween Seafront Block Party

Halloween Seafront Block Party brings to you 4 venues, 20+ live actors, 5 hours of mayhem, at this must go to Halloween event. Make your way to Brighton’s seafront for one of the biggest and most horrifying bar crawl of the year.

31st October, 10pm. Tickets from £3.

Happy Halloween at Brighton Open Market

Head down to Brighton’s Open Market for a free afternoon of trick or treating, wicked creative workshops, spooky storytelling, music and awards for the best costumes.

The Balcony Studios are holding workshops on bat making, Hijack Halloween crafts, Halloween window transfers, badge making and spooky photography- all for free!

This event is perfect for a Halloween afternoon with the family.

31st October, 1-4pm. See full event details here. 

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