This week’s selection draws mainly from the celebrations of Halloween and Guy Fawkes. Alongside the annual public fireworks events we’ve got something a bit different for those less traditional. Roll up for this week’s Pick Of The Line. Don’t get too scared…
November 1st - Milly’s Brownies taster day
Stuck in on a Saturday? Indulge yourself in a variety of homemade brownies in support of a new business launch for local market stall in Hackney. For more information, click here.
November 1st - Dead Famous Halloween Party
The beautiful Oval Space provides a blank canvas for this 'Dead Famous' themed party. East London's Secretsundaze have form after previously decorating the space as an asylum... Expect the deceased stars of your childhood to come back to life in a fitting alternative to the usual Halloween celebrations. For more information, click here.
October 31 - King Edward Memorial Park and Bartlett Park, Tower Hamlets
Ghoulish gals and ghastly guys, the witching hour is most definitely upon us. Join in scary games and weird and wonderful workshops, all led by curious characters brought to you by arts company Emergency Exit Arts. For more information, click here.
Sunday 2nd November - Firework display in Tower Hamlets
Save your Sunday for a free firework night with not one, but two glittering displays which will bring beautiful waterfalls, loud rockets, sparkling Roman candles and bright lights to the skies above east London. For more information, click here.
Oct 31st - Halloween ghostly tour and ghoulish supper
Grisly murders, folk magic, grave robbing and ghostly going ons... Join in this Halloween on a special lantern-lit tour of the Old Royal Naval College and discover the macabre history of one of London's most famous landmarks. For more information, click here.
November 1st - Blackheath Fireworks
As the autumn evenings grow crisp and cool, November arrives with an explosive night of fire-works to warm things up. Wrap up snug and head to Blackheath’s firework display, to enjoy a show of spectacular colours. For more information, click here.
November 5th - Guy Fawkes launch night at Croydon food hub
Remember, remember to come along on the 5th of November to Surrey SrtEatery, Croydon’s new food hub. Join in the Guy Fawkes launch night, for an opportunity to learn from successful food entrepreneurs and guest chef demos. Get ‘fired up’ with a night of refreshments and fireworks. For more information, click here.
November 6th - Thursday film night at the Save David Lean Cinema
Fancy an afternoon break? Cosy up for a screening of :Two Days, One Night" at Croydon’s Save David Lean Cinema, starring Marion Cotillard in a fascinating and affecting story. The viewing starts at 2.30pm, ticket price £6.00 - £7.50. 50 Tickets available, buy now! For more information, click here.