All across London, you can find dozens of bars that practically ooze Halloween at any time of year, from spooky cellar hideouts in the West End to mysterious vaults near the Thames.
If you’re organising a Halloween celebration, it always pays to use a trusted venue-finding service so you can find the perfect bar for your celebration. Here are our selection of themed bars which are perfect for Halloween celebrations in London.
In funky Shoreditch, Floripa London has an exotic Brazilian beach atmosphere which can be easily tailored to a Halloween theme. Book a delicious feast, enjoy some quality live music, and dance the evening away.
Bavarian Beerhouse, near Old Streeet
This extremely popular bar is acclaimed for its Spooktoberfest, which celebrates all the festivities of German Oktoberfest with the devilish delights of Halloween. Fantastic beer here is a guarantee, and you can expect only the most gruesome food, décor and music, with wickedly delicious pork shanks served by Bavarian zombie.
Featuring a trendy bar and club that can be hired jointly or separately, Trapeze is decorated with historic circus equipment that was inspired by the National Centre for Circus Arts. Hence, the décor here is very compatible with a Halloween theme, and with a capacity of up to 500 there’s enough space to accommodate a reasonably big crowd.
The Kensington Roof Gardens, Kensington
Spend the evening in one of the city’s most exclusive party venues. See the cobweb-infested gardens in all their gory glory. Guests here really dress to impress (or should that be ‘distress’?), so plan something special and look forward to one of the most spooktacular events of the year. You can also expect outstanding food and cocktails, whatever Halloween theme you choose.
Impress your guests at this remarkable events space, housed in a former brick and timber warehouse. The building is almost two centuries old, and with its eerie basement vaults it is well suited for Halloween celebrations. In fact, Tobacco Dock has up to 16,000 square metres of event space and a capacity of 3,000, so it’s ideal for high-scale festivities like charity events.
Don’t forget to dress up!
It is the custom practice for bars to stipulate a fancy dress code for Halloween parties, so make sure you have a costume ready well in advance. You can find an excellent selection at these fancy dress shops, which provide costumes ranging from star wars outfits to pirate costumes.