Six Spooky & Sparkly Events Help Cirencester Celebrate Halloween & Bonfire Night
29th October 2013
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To help you have a spooky Halloween and a sparkly bonfire night activities in Cirencester include running Zombies, spooky pumpkin carvings and mosaics, midnight storytellers, scary organ music and amazing fireworks.  Here’s details of six events that are taking place for you to enjoy.

Family drop-ins are suitable when joining the Corinium Museum team on Wednesday 30th October to make your own Jack O’ Lantern ready for trick or treating this Halloween from 8.30am to 11.30am or from 10am to 12pm there’s a Pumpkin Mosaic Children’s workshop too.   If you’re unable to get to the Jack O'Lanterns family drop-in on Wednesday please don’t worry, it’s also taking place on Thursday 31st October between 10.30am and 11.30am.

From 6pm on Wednesday 30th October take part in a Halloween Zombie Run, a horribly fun version of tag.  Players that are caught and lose their three lives became zombies!  This Halloween special event will begin at the R.A.U Gym and the fun ends with a party at MacKenzies in Cirencester from 8pm to 2am. The event will be free entry with fancy dress and the best costumes will get a prize.

Get ghostly, ghastly and giggly with local entertainer Chloë of the Midnight Storytellers as she tells spooky yarns packed with chills, thrills and twisted laughter in After Dark Tales for a Hallowe'en Story Supper at Chedworth Farm Shop on Thursday 31 October, 7.30pm.

There’s food, fun and Celebration for ALL HALLOWS EVE at All Hallows Church in South Cerney, near Cirencester on Thursday 31st October from 5pm.

The original scary movie comes to Cirencester from 8pm this Halloween!  Cirencester Parish Church is hosting a Halloween Organ Concert with the scary sights and sounds of the first screen version of Dracula, F.W Murmau's 1922 silent masterpiece Nosferatu with improvised organ accompaniment by Anthony Hammond and Hammond’s improvisation will accompany the chilling 1922 black and white movie at the concert.

And with gates opening at 5pm, fire lighting at 6pm and fireworks at 7pm on Saturday 2nd November, go along to the Victoria Playing Fields for a wonderful evening of Cirencester Round Table Fireworks.

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