Unleash your dark side this Halloween at the Dark Circus Party: Day Of The Dead special
Experience Halloween with a difference this spooky season as the Dark Circus Party returns to London. There will be thrills and spills galore at the Day Of The Dead special on Saturday 29 October 2016.
Guests will dress the part as they arrive at an abandoned circus and become drawn into the dark shadows of the bazaar. Follow the skeletal faces through a carnival of horrors as aerialists perform above your head. Finally, revellers will arrive at the haunted big top, where they will be wowed by circus entertainment with a Day Of The Dead theme. There will be aerial acts and trapeze artists alongside traditional Mexican rituals and a Mariachi-lead masked death procession.
Guests will be getting suitably lubricated for the evening’s revelry at El Jimador Cantina with tequila cocktails served in sugar skulls. Early arrivees will have the option to get the bash started before everyone else at a pre-party tequila masterclass to learn all about the Mexican tipple.
Alongside the circus entertainment and drinking, there will also be live music, an authentic Mexican boxing ring and, for those who dare step inside, a painted wagon for you to get a skeletal makeover.
Dress code for the evening will be Sideshow Freaks, Queens of the Flying Trapeze, Tragic Clowns, Snake Charmers, Lion Tamers, Ring Masters, Strong Men, Corpse Brides and traditional painted skeletal faces.
The Dark Circus Party is produced by event supremoes Bourne & Hollingsworth, famous for Cocktails in the City, The Blitz Party and the Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings restaurant.
- Dark Circus Party: Day Of The Dead special takes place on Saturday 29 October 2016. 9pm until late. Tickets: £30. The Grand Hall St Pancras, Euston Road, WC1H 9AU. Nearest station: King’s Cross St Pancras or Euston. For tickets, visit the Dark Circus party website or call 020 7724 1617.
For Metro Girl’s guide to what else is on in London this Halloween, click here.
Posted on 20 Oct 2016, in Entertainment, London, Nightlife and tagged Bourne and Hollingsworth, Halloween. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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