Halloween in Brixton: the party guide

Written by on October 25, 2015 in What's On - 1 Comment

Looking for some spooky fun this Halloween? We’ve rounded up the best parties for you!

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Electric Brixton will be celebrating with an End of the World party

The Railway, next to Tulse Hill station, is having a fancy dress party themed Fear and Loathing in Tulse Vegas. No costume, no entry, but a free bottle of prosecco goes to the ‘finest freak’. 7 pm to 3 am. £5.

halloweenAt Electric Brixton there will be an End of the World Party. Offering revellers the chance to choose the playlist, and have employed The Church, a wild theatre-based group who cover funk, soul and blues classics, to run the after-party. 10 pm to 4 am, Tickets £12-20.

Patterns Festival returns to London for a one-off Halloween Spooktacular at Brixton Jamm with a Day of the Dead theme. Think sugar skulls, fancy dress, frights and delights. K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade, Disco Bloodbath and many more. 10 pm to 5 am. Tickets £5-10.

Seb Fontaine 1Lost Dawn returns to the roof terraces of Brixton’s Prince of Wales  for a special Mexican-themed Halloween night – the Lost Dawn of the Dead! Headlining is house DJ and Radio 1 resident Seb Fontaine, who returns to Brixton where he held his very first residency at the Fridge in the ’90s – read our interview with him here.

There will be a Halloween market at Windrush Square. Running from 5 to 11pm, food and bar traders for this month’s market represent the street food talents of communities from London and beyond.

Looking for Brixton events during the week? Check out our What’s On section

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Anna McKie is News Editor for the Brixton Blog and Bugle

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