Here’s a round-up of the best events taking place in and around Kensington & Chelsea during Halloween:
Creepy Crawling - 27 October 2010
Chelsea Physic Garden Education Department 66 Royal Hospital Road London SW3 4HS
Discover the diverse world of animals with Vic Taylor from Mynewt Enterprises who will demonstrate his wonderful collection of creatures including a hissing cockroach, giant millipede, corn snake, giant African snail and a tree frog called Mr. Jelly Belly. .
Happy Halloween Party Spectookular - 29 October 2010
7 station Court Townmead Road Chelsea SW6 2PY
Another fantastic Halloween party night at Gambado Chelsea this year!
It's sure to be the best childrens party in town for ages 3-12yrs!
This Party Event is ticket only and includes a huge host of fun activities in a safe, fun environment!
Halloween at Fortnum and Mason - 29 October 2010
Fortnum and Mason 181 Piccadilly London W1A 1ER
Pumpkin carving competition for Halloween at Fortnum and Mason, and Chance to stock up on a range of sweet treats that all ages can enjoy.
Pumpkin lanterns are a part of All Hallow's Eve, and all ages have the chance to take part in a pumpkin carving competition
Halloween - 29 October 2010
Brixton Oval Coldharbour Lane Brixton London SW2 1JG
A trio of foreign horror films for Halloween to celebrate the scariest time of the year at the popular Brixton venue.
Prepare to be scared silly at the screenings of Suspiria, Let The Right One In and "Rec", with tales of suspense, murder and supernatural goings on in Germany, Sweden and Spain. The Halloween triple bill is followed by a party upstairs.
The Bloody Prom Night Halloween party takes place on Friday 29th October, so dress up as a Prom Queen, zombie or Voodoo witchdoctor and party to live music from Walking Wounded.
The Bloody Prom Night party for Halloween at Ritzy Cinema starts 8pm
Halloween - 29 October 2010
Betty Blythe 73 Blythe Road, Brook Green, LONDON W14 0HP
The Scareaganza Halloween at Betty Blythe runs from 11am - 7pm
Treat your kids to something suitably ghoulish this Halloween at Betty Blythe, with a day of special activities just for the little ones.
Children can explore the secret garden on a scary ghost trail for Halloween on a weekend of festivities which also includes apple bobbing and face painting.
Kids can also help themselves to some tempting Halloween treats from the Betty Blythe Tea Shop, such as skeleton biscuits, ghoulish cupcakes and hot magic potion drinks.
Kids Halloween Cookery - 29 October 2010
The Kitchen 275 New Kings Road Parsons Green London SW6 4RD
Dress your little horrors in their spookiest Halloween outfits and set them loose to make some unique culinary creations.Perfect for any little monster aged between 4 - 12
Halloween masterclasses hosted by Michelin star chef Thierry Laborde, kids can make their own pumpkin lantern during the interactive masterclasses, as well as make a variety of seasonal treats to take home.
Ghosts and Legends - 31 October 2010
Horse Guards Road, St James's Park London SW1A 2BJ
As night falls, join the Halloween walk for spooky games and ghost stories.
There is no charge for this walk.