What are you doing to celebrate Halloween this year?
With a huge range of fun and freaky shenanigans happening throughout Watford all this week, there’s no excuse for you to not to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve in style!
Friday 28th October
Gambado Halloween Spooktacular at Woodside Leisure Park, Watford, is sure to a fantastic event! Starting at 6pm, tickets cost £8 which includes 1 adult and child entry, a 2 hour party, disco, party bag, fancy dress competition and juice. There will also be face painting. Booking is essential so don’t miss out!
Suitable for children aged 6 and above and held by the ‘I Can’t Believe We’re Not Better’ theatre company, Watford’s Haunted Museum is sure to be an evening of fun and frights! Tickets are £7 and booking is essential.
Take part in pumpkin carving, broomstick making, a twilight walk and releasing lanterns in aid of Make a Wish Foundation at Fright Night at High Elms Manor. The afternoon is reserved for children, whilst in the evening, many a teenager or adult will be found, trying to make their way back into the light...
The infamous story of Ichabod Crane and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow is the perfect way to celebrate Halloween 2011 in Watford, and is being performed at the Watford Palace Theatre.
Saturday 29th October
Football and fancy dress... what could be better? If the combination sounds like your idea of fun, come along to Halloween Fancy Dress at Watford FC’s Family Football Festival at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
High Elms Manor’s resident witch has lost all of her magical tools – can you follow the woodland trail to find them? The Witch’s Challenge takes place from 11am until 4pm and costs £5 per child (accompanying adults free).
Sunday 30th October
Take part in the 10K Creepy Cassiobury Crawl and get walking for Breast Cancer Care! Open to ladies only, join in the spooky fun and fundraise together! Registration at Cassiobury Park.