Moda’s Guide to Halloween in Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds
From Halloween themed menus, to ghost stories and film screenings, the spookiest time of the year brings with it a host of fun activities and events. It is time to embrace winter and find your inner ghoul!
Halloween Screamings at Tattu
A hotspot for modern Chinese cuisine and cocktails, Tattu Manchester will once again transform its private dining room into a spine-chilling cinema for a day of classic horror films. With three screenings on Sunday 28thOctober, each will begin with a cocktail and bespoke menu created by Tattu’s chef’s- for those who like to embrace even the most child-like seasons with style.
To view the menu and book tickets head to the website here.
The Villiage Screen at Victoria Baths
A venue which has transformed itself for amazing pop-up events, Victoria Baths becomes the perfect destination for Halloween, with its spooky waterless pool andabandoned feel.
Catch a screening of Jaws, The Witches or The Lost Boys with The Villiage Screen, as they take over this historic building for three nights across Halloween. Combined with a DJ playing spooky classic, street food a pop-up bar and fancy dress – what is not to love?
For tickets and dates click here.
Halloween in the City
Back for a second year in a row, this city takeover is set to bring back creepy monsters across town, pumpkin-lined streets, dog fancy dress and green-lit buildings.
This family-friendly event is pulled together by Manchester’s Business Improvement District and is free. Find more information here.
Contained Liverpool at Aintree
Going into its third year, Contained Liverpool returns to Aintree this October with a brand-new event Domestic Descension.
It is as scary as it sounds and guests can expect an interactive experience which will immerse them into a thrilling 30-minute-long journey through 16 horror themed rooms. For 15 plus only, this one is an adult only event.
For tickets and dates click here.
Scouser Things at Constellations
Yes, we are talking about a Stranger Things-themed Halloween party and yes, you can expect to enter the Upside Down world.
Taking place on Friday 2ndNovember at Constellations, guests can expect to hear the Emmy Award winning soundtrack and to immerse themselves in interactive experiences. Fancy dress is a must and there is a prize for the best!
For ticket click here.
Bongo Bingo & Sticky Feet Halloween at Canal Mills
There isn’t ever a lack of Halloween parties in Leeds and this year is no exception. Bongo Bingo has created quite a name for itself, with a long list of eventful parties under its belt and some weird and wonderful prizes. This year it heads to Canal Mills…
Bringing together dramatic décor, nerve-wracking theatrics and DJs like Dan Hills, Livsey, Danny James and very special guests. Tickets here.
Halloween at Leeds Library
Hosted by UK Ghost Nights, Leeds Library takes place on Wednesday 31stOctober and celebrates its 250thanniversary in the historic building on Commercial Street.
The tour is led by Lady in Black who will perform a traditional Victorian séance and try to communicate with the dead. Click herefor tickets.
Pick n’ Pimp Your Pumpkin at Kirkstall Abbey
Those looking for a family-family Halloween in Leeds can take to Kirkstall Abbey where fancy dress is welcome and pumpkins are in the abundance.
Guest can choose their very own pumpkin and then customise with loads of different paints and materials. This amazing event takes place Saturday 27thOctober. For more information click here.