Things to eat, drink and do this Halloween 2020

Events, Food & Drink

From a Halloween pottery bundle to bloodshot spiced vodka and an evening of cult horror classics at a drive-in cinema… here’s our round up of the best things to eat, drink and do this Halloween 2020…

Halloween 2020

Halloween Season at Luna Drive-in Cinema

Luna Drive-in Cinema, with locations in London Allianz park and more, is playing some cult horror classics is Halloween season. From Hocus Pocus to The Shining, Scream to Beetlejuice, cuddle up with a loved one in the comfort of your car and prepare for a scare-fest. Order “The Spooky box” – filled with all your trick or treat favourites including retro space Raiders Beef, Fizz Wizz, Chocolate Skulls, Cadbury’s Goo Heads, Bonds Gummy Eyeballs, Chaos Candyfloss, Bonds Spooky Marshmallow Skewers, Fanta cans and of course Popcorn! Book now.

things to do halloween 2020

Halloween Pumpkin Party With Sculpd

Forget carving into real pumpkins, Sculpd have launched a limited edition Halloween Pottery Bundle for £52 – containing everything needed to craft and paint realistic clay pumpkins and halloween decorations at home.

The special bundle combines their award winning pottery kit with a limited edition 8-colour halloween paint set, perfect for making spooktacular clay creations at home, as well as a video tutorial to explain the pumpkin sculpting process step-by-step. Buy now.

things to do halloween 2020

The Murder of John Dory: A Murder Mystery Cruise

For the first time ever, London Shell Co will be hosting Murder Mystery Cruises aboard The Prince Regent, with the first taking place on Halloween.

Over the course of the cruise the circumstances around the fishy murder of Admiral John Dory will unfold, alongside a five-course seafood meal, and the accused guests aboard the boat will have to crack the clues and discover the killer. Each guest will be vital to the story and assigned a character profile and script the week before so they can prepare to hide their guilt or come ready to defend themselves. Tickets available here.

things to do halloween 2020

Pumpkin Carving at The Prince

The Prince is hosting a Pumpkin Carving party on 28th and 29th October. Each guest will be provided with their very own pumpkin and carving kit to craft fang-tastic creations, alongside a Halloween Cocktail or Mocktail and pumpkin spiced popcorn, with prizes for the best ghoulish creations.

The halloween vibe will be running throughout the venue with fancy dress encouraged, a spooky song or two thrown into the playlist and tempting pumpkin and Halloween inspired food specials from on site restaurants Filth&Co, Jack’s Sprat and Utter Waffle. Tickets available here from £10.

Hummingbird Cupcakes

Halloween at Hummingbird Bakery

Trick or treat your boo to some ghoulish new Halloween cupcakes from the Hummingbird zombakers including Red Velvet, chocolate and vanilla flavours. A million times tastier than brains, these freshly baked frights are bound to vanish as soon as they’re opened. For something for all the family, bring bone-chilling terror to the table at dessert time with this orange, green and purple-coloured Vanilla Halloween Cake topped with 3D vampire bats.

things to do halloween 2020

Halloween Spirits at Harvey Nichols

Dragon Tears Scotch Whiskey, Bloodshot Spiced Vodka, Black Tears Spiced Rum and a Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Cream Liqueur, are just some of the Halloween inspired Spirits available at Harvey Nichols. Be the ghostess with the mostest and prep the drinks cabinet with these ghoulish delights. With its pumpkin-faced label, we’re also a fan of the Tenuta di Tavignano. Crisp and dry with a gentle fizz, it tastes like pear sorbet, crunchy green apples, lemon sherbet, wildflowers, the herb patch on a frosty morning, and an ever-so-gentle waft of fine cider.

Sherlock

Half-Term Halloween Pumpkin Hunt

Aspiring young detectives, grab your magnifying glass and deerstalker and join Sherlock’s network of spies this half term, at the ultimate Halloween Pumpkin Hunt.

Detectives in training will be tested during the 100 minute immersive experience, which features original content from the hit BBC Sherlock show including: Benedict Cumberbatch, Andrew Scott, Martin Freeman (and more). As part of the Halloween mission, players will not only solve puzzles and mysteries but will also need to look out for three hidden pumpkins placed in secret locations throughout the game.

At the end of their mission, attendees who find all three of the pumpkins and obtain the mystery passcode will have the opportunity to win from a fantastic selection of prizes. Up for grabs will be sweet treats and exclusive tickets to Sherlock’s newest addition to the experience…to be announced soon. Watch this space.

Book now to secure a one off special family ticket offer. A household of up to six people can come and play for only £100 (plus booking fees). 26th October – 1st November 2020. Book now.

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