The Terror Brewers
As befitting the cabaret mothership there’s more Halloween events at the Two Brewers than you could shake a zombie at. It all starts on Friday 27 October with the Slay Ball featuring Silver Summers and the London Titans, that’s followed by the Brewers’ legendary Halloween Fancy Dress Party which has a Little Shop of Horrors theme this year, hosted by CK when you could win a whopping £300 for the best costume. The following day, Sunday 29 October, it’s the Power of Three with a Death Becomes Her theme and on the Monday Mrs Moore hosts her Monster Mash. On the day itself it’s Kevin Walsh and his Scari’oke and all through the Halloween period Two Box Productions present their own version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show in the Club Bar; tickets and dates from twoboxproductions.co.uk
If a clown with a red balloon scares the bejesus out of you, how about a whole club of bears trying to put the willies up you? XXL ‘It’ is on Saturday 28th October and those scary bastards the Hoxton Whores will be joining the gang of ghoulish DJs. It will be scary bears and blood soaked blokes plus Thriller and Ghostbusters in the Fright Fur Lounge.
If Halloween can be both scary and hot then it’s at Ku Bar. We have to warn you that those boys are bad, we mean evil… they will steal your soul away and you’re going to love it. All weekend from Friday (27 Oct) right through until All Hallows Eve itself all the Ku venues will be transformed into your favourite haunted house.
Halfway II Horror
Heather and her team of scary fairies have a whole weekend of horror planned at Halfway. It kicks off with a terrifying double bill on Friday (27 Oct) with Lola Lasagne and Myra DuBois followed on Saturday by Mary Mac, Rose Garden and The Vixens. Sunday of course belong to Crystal and Kelly and they are promising a Spooky CK Sunday with guest Vanity Nightmare followed on Monday by Scari’oke with Kevin Walsh and then the day itself (31 Oct) it’s all about the Vixens… who else?
Royal Victim Tavern
Down in Vauxhall something scary is brewing for Halloween starting with Push the Button who are mixing Lady Gaga with Halloween so you can expect lots of little monsters. Saturday is Duckie, where the theme is, Jay Cloth is a Scary Mary and on Sunday things get serious when they wheel out the original Yorkshire Thriller Myra DuBois, please don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Evil Ivy Brasserie
The gorgeous Ivy Brasserie on Broadwick Street in Soho are bringing us their Drag Queen Halloween on the day itself, Tuesday 31 October. Tiffany Wells and Adora Dix are providing the Rocky Horror themed entertainment. You can book a table for this scary dinner at theivysohobrasserie.com or at 0203 301 1166.