‘This is Halloween’… and we have picked the scariest events along the East London Line for you to attend!

Pic: Tiger Tiger

Pic: Tiger Tiger

Don’t know where to celebrate Halloween? ELL puts together the best events happening across the boroughs. From live music to bowling, each event has an added pinch of guts and gore.  Take your pick and be spooky!

The March of The Dead, Ghosts and Ghouls of The East End (Tickets - £8.80)

Saturday November 2, 6pm – 5am

Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, E8 4AA

If you’re into marching and terrifying people, Passing Clouds and Cloud Factory Adventures are organising a black and white [dress code] ‘March of The Dead’ from Abney Park Cemetery before starting the party with live bands and DJ’s performing all night. Get ready for an all nighter.

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Soundcrash Halloween Audio Visual Party (Tickets – £17.50 Advance/ £19.50 Late)

Friday November 1, 10pm – 4am

Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, EC2A 3PQ

Vestax turntablist champion DJ Woody is collaborating with audiovisual favourite DJ Yoda and Bristol’s prodigy DJ Cheeba for an electric night of music. Set at Village Underground, the trio will be wowing zombies and corpses with spectacular visuals as well as music.

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Ghoulishly Good Fun this Halloween (Free)

Thursday October 31, 4pm – 7pm

King Edward Memorial Park E1/ Bartlett Park E14

For a more family style laid back approach, there are two events happening in the borough. Visit the Monsters Ball at King Edwards Memorial Park as the Thames water front park gets transformed into a different world and enjoy party games as well as face painting and an ‘Unlucky Dip’ for the worst prizes that you could win.

The Boo! Space Invaders at Bartlett Park will be less gory and more sci-fi. Adults and children will be able to take part in a intergalactic hunt for defective robots and creepy life forms. As well as being educational, the event will also feature face-painting workshops.

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Halloween Party 2013! (Free)

Friday November 1, 12pm – 1am

All Star Lanes, 95 Brick Lane, E1 6QL

Bowling and Halloween seems like an odd pairing but All Star Lanes are back this year after success every year with their parties. This year will be no different, with DJs and £5 cocktails all night. And best costume gets to bowl free for life. Those extra fake blood packs might come to good use!

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Fresh Prints Halloween Bonanza! (£3 with flyer/ £4 without)

Saturday November 2, 9pm – 3am

The Amersham Arms, 388 New Cross Rd, SE14 6TY

For those of you who prefer to have a pub night this Halloween weekend, Amersham Arms is the place to be. Dress up in your best costume to win a cake and shots on the house.

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Halloween Special (Free entry before 10.30)

Friday November 1, 9pm – 4am

Venue London, 2-4 Clifton Rise, SE14 6JP

If you’re up for live music, and one of the best parties around New Cross, head down to Venue. The Rollin’ Stoned will be headlining the night and five best fancy dress winners will receive a bottle of champagne each!

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Haunted House Party Weekender (Tickets - £5 on the door)

Wednesday October 30 – Saturday November 2, 9pm – 2am

Tiger Tiger Croydon, 16 High Street, CR0 1GT

The British nightclub chain is throwing a four-day Halloween special, featuring a number of different DJs every night. Students can rejoice and party harder this weekend and into half term with 50% off drinks on Friday night. Get the costumes on and get ready for some blood shots!

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Halloween: 3 Fear Packed Events (Tickets - £5)

Thursday October 31 – Saturday November 2, 10pm – 3am

Shooshh Croydon, 12-20 Crown Hill, CR0 1RZ

Shooshh Croydon is taking everyone back to the haunted house with a themed party, in spectacular Halloween fashion. Expect prizes for best costumes and more. If you’re up for a student party in Croydon, this is the place to be!

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