As Halloween creeps upon us, here’s five spook-tacular events for adults who wish to celebrate the festvities and eat, drink and be scary!
- Halloween Screaming on Lark Hill Place.
Salford Museum and Art Gallery will be opening it’s doors after dark on Halloween night for a special screening of a horror film on their very own Victorian street, Lark Hill Place. Vote on their social media for a film of your choice.
What are your plans for Halloween? Join us as Lark Hill Place undergoes a spooky transformation! And on Hallow's Eve, come along to a very special showing of Beetlejuice on the Victorian Street!https://t.co/Utl9VqfTdV
— Salford Museum & Art Gallery (@SalfordMuseum) October 17, 2019
Buy your tickets here to make sure you get your front row seat.
2. Manchester Ghost Tales
Have some skele-fun with a night of spooky ghost tales in the recesses of the King’s Arms Pub in Salford. Uncover sinister secrets ready to tear the cast of the production apart. Tickets are available on the King’s Arms website.
3. Halloween Paranormal Study, ‘in search of anomalous’ at Ordsall Hall
If you’re up for a real scare this fright night take part in paranormal research exploring ‘perceptual experiences of the anomalous’ and have a first hand experience of paranormal activity.
Tickets start at £5, find more information here.
4. Sublime Friday at Lime Bar
Come as you aren’t to Lime Bar’s Halloween celebration on Friday 1st November.
Dress up and enjoy a Happy Horror Hour, including £5 Zombie cocktails.The bar will have a DJ on from 8pm for you to dance until you drop (dead).
— Lime Bar (@Lime_Bar) October 21, 2019
5. Rock Horror Halloween Boat Party
Manchester River Cruises is offering a scarily good Halloween Party. Beginning at Salford Quays, enjoy a Halloween themed cocktail, then jump aboard to enjoy a night of ‘dastardly’ tunes. Tickets are on the website.
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