Great Britain really knows how to celebrate a magnificent Halloween.  Starting in the big city, don your most debonair enchanted attire and head out to London’s biggest and best spooky holiday bashes Like a royal Britisher. 


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The Mansion Halloween Ball

The people behind The Mansion go all out for Halloween. Any Britisher mostly uses the Fancy dress for this extravagant ball and it is mandatory as well.  Held at a secret location in north-west London, the party site will not be revealed until 48-hours before the event, which is held on October 29, 2017.  Expect DJs spinning on two dance floors, including an electro dance floor and a mainstream dance floor. There will be an art area, a casino table with free chips, free tarot readings, make-up artists to ghoul you up, fire shows, glamorous girls dancing in cages, a VIP area, and two lounges for socialization and drinks.  A not-yet-revealed prize will be given for the best Halloween costume.  Tickets are almost gone, so grab yours now to ensure a night of macabre fun.


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Sky Gardens Halloween Bash a britisher celebration

Party all night long 35 floors above London on Friday, October 27, 2017.  Slip on your most posh Halloween costume and head to Sky Gardens haunted dance gala featuring live music, DJs and ghostly themed cocktails and food.  Arrive between 6:00-8:00 p.m. and the make-up artists will revamp your look into your choice of character.  Then party on until the witching hour of 2:00 a.m.  Everyone has a chance to win a bottle of Champagne for Sky Gardens’ “best dressed” – so bling it on.


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Halloween Afternoon Tea at Royal Lancaster 

Looking for a more gentile Halloween event?  Then the spooktastic Halloween afternoon tea at the Royal Lancaster Hotel is perfect.  This year’s tea is inspired by classic 1960s horror films. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Royal Lancaster is doing everything up in black and white. Alfred Hitchcock classics will be playing from a projector while Audrey, from Little Shop of Horrors, graces the center of your table.  All the luscious treats are black and white, too.  The Halloween afternoon tea will be served from 2:00-5:30 p.m. daily until October 31.


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Whitechapel Halloween Ball

Mingle with celebrities at a posh Halloween ball to aid the Whitechapel Centre, Liverpool’s leading homeless and housing charity. With a theme of “Celebrity Legends,” Scouse stars are expected to attend the event on Thursday, October 26 at Alma de Cuba, Liverpool.  This VIP evening will bring back some of the most revered celebrities for a one-night extravaganza. Robin S will perform, as well as top DJs playing ghostly sets through the night.  There will be a fortune-teller on hand to look into your future with a crystal ball.  Dress in your fanciest dress costume and be ready for a fun evening at the Whitechapel Ball like royal Britisher.

Written by DLX contributor Larraine Stacey. 

Header image via Sky Garden. 

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