On the 10th October 2019, we attended the Phobophobia 13 VIP Press Party to celebrate 13 years of the London Bridge Experience! It was a fantastically ghoulish night of 13 frightening phobias, including spiders, ghosts, hillbillies, clowns and demented doctors!
The beginning of september can only mean one thing: the countdown to Halloween season! Whether you’re looking to dance the night away or entertain the kids, we’ve got your Halloween festivities covered. Get your pumpkins lit and keep those trick or treat bowls full and we’ll take you on a tour of the best ways to celebrate the spooky season in South London!
What do Goblins, Vampires, masquerades, and an infinite supply of Pumpkins have in common? The strangest of our annual celebrations, linking us with our fears of the occult and our wonder of the supernatural, Halloween is definitely a rogue when compared to other annual celebrations! We dress up and roam the streets under the moonlight, seeking to frighten our fellow citizens out of their wits, then politely ask for their sweets...An obscure tradition. But a tradition none the less. If you're left wondering what to do on Halloween this year in South London, look no further. We’ve picked out some of the best things to do to get spooked and make you wish you hadn’t left home...
The 31st of October marks an annual celebration of all things gory and gluttonous (there isn’t really any other day of the year when expecting an endless supply of free Haribo from strangers becomes the norm)...This year it falls on a Monday, but there are things happening all over the weekend as well. Here’s our round-up of all the fangtastic events and gatherings in South London that are sure to tickle your fancy.