5 Things to do in London on Halloween

5 things to do

in London on Halloween

 

Halloween is coming and London as each year is just getting more crazier than the previous year! Now you don’t have to hide your little weird, crazy part of you!

If you use Snapchat, well the L’ETO Caffe in Brompton Road have a Snapchat filter ready for you! However, if you post your Snapchat picture on Instagram or facebook and tag L’ETO Caffe and use the hashtag #memoriescount you can win £100 Voucher.

Before anything else, you need to start the day with a proper Halloween coffee. That is why our Baristas has prepared something special for you to enjoy, be it an amazing coffee with a special touch or a Halloween Pumpkin Hot Chocolate at any of L’ETO branches.

 

To Do list:

1- Have a London Dungeon or London Bridge Tombs Experience

Have a proper Halloween experience at London Dungeon. You will witness scenes which recreates various gory and macabre historical events in a gallows humour style.

Experience Halloween at a new level by having The London Bridge Experience. You will experience a blend of scary history and horror scenes. With a bit of inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe, you will finally know what macabre means. Oh, we forgot to mention that you will experience scenes from the Saw films; it all works surprisingly well. In that, it’s scary as hell! But it’s Halloween!

2- Visit London’s famous cemeteries!

While you listen to Coldplay’s great song “Cemeteries of London” the most amazing creepiest thing you could do during Halloween is to visit London’s cemeteries!

Not far from the central London there is the Kensal Green Cemetery. The silence of the cemetery is horrifying. However, pay attention that the cemetery is closing at 5pm.

Quite close to L’ETO Fulham Branch is located the Brompton Cemetery. Maybe the scariest one. However, you can visit other great cemeteries like Nunhead Cemetery in East London Borough of Southwark or West Norwood Cemetery.

3- The Woman in Black

We dare you to catch the terrifying The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre in London. Experience genuine macabre scenes and make this Halloween a memorable one! However, if there are no tickets left try to google other shows! You will not regret it!

4- Go to a Halloween Party

Create some crazy memories at the London’s first Freakshow Clubaret party. We are warning you this can’t be really crazy!

If you would like to experience a fancy Halloween party the Sky Garden events could work for you amazingly! Dress up fancy and have a look at the packages they provide!

We would suggest if you haven’t experienced a proper cabaret show, that you should go for The London Cabaret Club’s Sympathy for the Devil show. It’s a must!

5- Get lost on London’s streets!

It’s London, either you find yourself in Soho, Shoreditch or Wimbledon you won’t feel awkward being dressed up like a Pink Vampire because probably across the street there is another exactly like you! That’s the beauty of London, isn’t it?

We would suggest to you to have fun around the crazy areas in East or Central London. However, we would totally suggest creating some memories at one of L’ETO Caffee branches!

In the end is all about the memories, not the calories!

#memoriescount

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