Tulleys Farm

Prepare yourself for a night which will rob you of sleep for weeks. Leave reality behind and immerse yourselves in the UK’s premier Halloween attraction this October. It’s time to play hide and shriek with the terrifying live actors and take on the twisted clowns, the cellar and the creepy cottage in their terrifying ten-part Halloween haunting. Ticketholders can expecy full access to attractions, as well as food halls and bars for you to sink your teeth into. Tickets start at just £12, but beware… It’s not for the faint hearted.

Sat 19 Oct – Sat 2 Nov. Nr Crawley, West Sussex. Tickets from £12. 

Phileas Foggs World of Adventure

Buried deep within the winding roads of Hollingbury lays Brighton’s newest scare attraction – the Jack the Ripper Walk of Terror. Travel back in time to the streets of 19th Century East London and witness first-hand the gruesome Whitechapel murders at the hands of one of the England’s most notorious serial killers. Tread carefully through the smoke-filled streets of London Victoria and come face to face with handsy live actors that are sure to get your pulse racing. With tickets starting at just £12.50, be sure to grab yours for an educational yet petrifying experience.

Crowhurst Road, Brighton. Tickets from £12.50.

We Are Festival – Halloween

Plunge into the depths of Hainault Forest for this years’ We Are Halloween FSTVL. The Vampires vs. Zombies spook spectacular will have you dancing till your dead to your favourite drum and bass headliners from the likes of MK, Hype and Hazard and SaSaSaS. Step on board the We Are Ghost Ship and be bedazzled by the immense forest light show, you won’t want to miss it.

Sat 26 Oct. Hainault Forest Country Park, Essex. Tickets from £36. 

The Haunted Ballroom

Raise unholy hell and dance with the devil at The Old Market’s Haunted Ballroom. Expect an evening filled with moonlit music and uncanny circus performances, topped off with a live performance from cult heroes Tankus and Henge. Morbid glamour is heavily encouraged, with prizes for the best dressed. Tickets range from £19-25 and are accompanied with a drink upon arrival – it’s sure to be a fang-tastic night.

Thurs 31 Oct, The Old Market. Tickets from £19.

Halloween at Drusillas

Keep your little horrors Halloween happy at Drusillas Park’s Shriek Week. Packed with a range of eerie entertainment, endeavour through the shadowy Haunted Heights castle and step into the land of the sin sisters to uncover a ghostly secret. Keep your eye out for the missing Mummy from the tomb of Mungo and discover the mysteries that lay within. Do you have what it takes?

26 Oct – 3 Nov, East Sussex. Ticket prices vary. 

Guru Dudu’s Silent Discoween Spooktacular

Join the Guru Dudu’s team for a one-off Spooktacular silent disco amongst the bustling streets of Brighton. With headphones provided, you can expect to hear tunes from the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s, accompanied by some spooky songs to get you in the mood this Halloween – if you got it, haunt it. Tickets range from £10-15 so be sure to grab your tickets while they last, will you dare get into the spirit of things?

Tues 26 Oct, Theatre Royal Brighton. Tickets from £10. 

Hospitality Halloween

Hospitality and Worried About Henry presents Hospitality Halloween this November, bringing you some of the biggest D’n’B headliners with a terrifying twist. Come ready to dance with the dead and unleash the beast within whilst dressed in your scariest garms. With the line up still awaiting confirmation, now makes the perfect time to secure your tickets before their final release. You’re sure to have a fright on this Halloween night.

Fri 1 Nov, Concorde 2. Tickets are £18.

Mexican Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Workshop

Join Sew Fabulous at the Open Market this Halloween half term and create your very own Mexican Day of the Dead sugar skulls. With all the materials provided, all you need to bring is your A game for this fang-tastic family fun workshop. Tickets remain at £12 per person, with free tea and ‘coffin’ breaks for the adults. It’s sure to be beary scary.

Tues 29 – Weds 30 Oct, London Road Open Market. Tickets are £12.