It has never been so hard to find fun things to do in London on Halloween weekend. We have been looking constantly for what to do in London on Halloween weekend and here are our top choices for this weekend
As this is an outdoor event Institute of Tourist Guiding had advised that these walking tours are exempt for the 6pax rule as businesses and activities are organised in a Covid Secure manner.
Please make sure that you follow the government rules at all times.
The walks will commence and end at Discount Suit Company, where you’ll receive a hot punch upon arrival to warm your cockles. Afterward, if you decide to stay for a bite and drink after the tour, the Discount Suit Company is giving 25% of your bill with the walking tour ticket.
You will slalom the backstreets of Whitechapel and Spitalfields, guided by charismatic London Walks tour guides, who will explore the notorious killers’ exploits and give you all the details of the incredible investigations that followed. Spooky enough for a Halloween weekend?
All tour guides are trained by Donald Rumelow – ‘the leading authority on Jack The Ripper’ so you can be assured they know their stuff!
Guys at ABQ London have approached this issue seriously and have included a number of additional measures to keep everyone safe.
The class is taking place in an easy-to-get-to Hackney Funhouse. The place is located right next to Hackney Central overground station and there is a number of buses you can take to get there.
ABQ is the world’s first immersive molecular cocktail bar where you get to make and infuse your own drinks dressed in lab coats and goggles, making you feel like a real chemistry badass, for instance.
Hackney Funhouse is celebrating Halloween in the spirit of Breaking Bad, with Regeatton vs Hip-Hop set by DJ Jungely One.
As they have increased their capacity recently, you can come at any time, but they do advise you to make a booking in advance to make sure they have space for you!
Wanna feel like Walter White, doing some cool chemistry experiments (totally drinkable) with some badass music? Just grab your housemates (remember not to mix with other households, unless you live alone and can go with your support bubble) and off you go!
This has been on my list of what to do in London not only on Halloween but any day! This incredible experience is still available with some additional Covid measures.
Changes to the workshop will be a smaller capacity, social distancing within the class. There will be hand sanitizer provided, and two classes back to back giving timing options to suit your night! The first class is from 5.30 PM and the second from 7.30 PM, which will be 1.30 hours each.
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The class is available tonight and you can still get a space. If you don’t have a plan for tonight, this is a definite winner.
You will start off with some drawing exercises, so even if you do not draw usually, you can get warmed up and get some practice before the life model shows up.
You will be able to experiment for instance with colour, light, and texture using various art supplies. They are provided, but you can bring your own if you prefer. So that way you can try a particular thing if you want. There is always help available, so even if you get a challenging pose, you will get support. So above all this experience is fun and chilled.
Book here https://www.neonnaked.com/