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What to do this Half Term and Halloween in Seven Dials

Spend your Half Term and Halloween weekend in London with a scarily good line up of things to do in Seven Dials.

What to do this Half Term and Halloween in Seven Dials
What to do this Half Term and Halloween in Seven Dials

Spend your Half Term and Halloween weekend in London with a scarily good line up of things to do in Seven Dials.

We’ve got everything from The Halloween Ball at Seven Dials Market, to half term trips to the theatre with the reopening of The Donmar, to a relaunch of Tatty Devine’s Halloween collection.

Love a bit of pumpkin? To celebrate the autumnal season, we’ve also got our best pumpkin drinks, dishes and accessories out in full force.

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Halloween at Seven Dials Market, Earlham Street

From 25th -and 31st of October, Seven Dials Market is serving up scary good things to eat and drink, plus a three-day mash-up of weekend events that are not to be missed.

Halloween Ball: Friday 29th, 6pm – 11pm

Join the spooktacular Witches Ball at Seven Dials Market, featuring over the top Halloween decorations and DJ sets from DJ Matman throughout the evening.

Halloween Ball: Saturday 30th, 6pm – 11pm

Round 2 of the Witches Ball with DJ sets from DJ Owen Bloodworth, 7-11PM. On Saturday, bring your finest Halloween costume for the chance to win a £50 gift voucher at their adult fancy dress competition.

Halloween Sunday Feast: Sunday 31st, 12 – 6pm

A Halloween feast like no other – Sponsored by Moet Hennessy, enjoy 1.5 hours of bottomless one-off Halloween cocktails and food whilst DJ Dare takes the decs.

Feeling hungry? Check out the Seven Dials Market traders here.

Tricks and Treats at Apple Butter Cafe, Monmouth Street

Pop by East-meets-West inspired restaurant Apple Butter Cafe on Halloween weekend and check out their spooktacular Halloween treats display. Treat yourself to a slice of spiced pumpkin cake or a stack of ghostly pancakes alongside a pumpkin-spiced latte. For the little ones, Halloween-decorated cookies, ghostie cupcakes and red velvet cake are also on the menu.

Halloween Glam at Tatty Devine, Monmouth Street

If any jewellery brand knows how to do Halloween, it’s Tatty Devine. Check out their big and bold Halloween collection in their Monmouth Street store, guaranteed to dazzle at any Halloween party. During half term, on 24th October, Tatty will also be offering 20% off their Recycled Name Necklaces, personalised and made while you wait in store. Love pumpkin? Tatty have also just released their Pumpkin Pie Earrings, a must-have this autumn.

Pumpkin Perfect at 26 Grains, Neal’s Yard

Settle into autumn with a pair of delectable new pumpkin-flavoured dishes at 26 Grains, tucked away in Neal’s Yard. Throughout  October, on alternating weeks, the Scandinavian-inspired restaurant will have two rotating specials infused with pumpkin. A delightful roast pumpkin, radicchio and orange salad with feta, toasted pumpkin seeds and sage will be succeeded by a 26 Grains crumpet with spiced butter, Delica pumpkin and toasted buckwheat. Autumn in a bowl!

A Hotel Chocolat Halloween, Monmouth Street

Halloween wouldn’t be complete without Hotel Chocolat’s themed chocolate treats. With everything from skull-shaped milk chocolate bites to a decadent Halloween-themed chocolate box selection, there’s something for everyone at Hotel Chocolat.

Complimentary Personalisation at Superga, 52 Neal Street

On 26th October, head to the Superga store on Neal Street between 4 and 6pm where you’ll have the chance to paint and customise your own shoes with their in-store artist. For the rest of the week, they are offering 10% off on shoes when requesting a personalisation. From Friday 29th – Sunday 31st, children can expect complimentary sweets whilst adults will be offered drinks. There will also be a tombola in store offering discounts and prizes.

To apply for personalisation email [email protected]

A Half Term Theatre Trip at The Donmar Warehouse, Earlham Street

Seven Dials is so excited to welcome live theatre back to its streets.

Head to a show at Donmar Warehouse, showing Love and Other Acts of Violence up until 27 November 2021.

Cordelia Lynn’s new play is a subversive and intimate love story about inheritance and the cycles of politics and history. Elayce Ismail directs a cast including Tom Mothersdale, Abigail Weinstock and Richard Katz.

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Evenings Mon – Sat: 7.30pm

Matinees Thu & Sat: 2.30pm

To book tickets, please see here.

Check out what else is on at the Donmar here.

A Very Banksy Half Term with Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel

Plan the perfect half term staycation at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel with complimentary tickets to one of the year’s most anticipated exhibitions: The Art of Banksy. A two-minute walk from the exhibition, the hotel is the ideal location to wake up to a lazy breakfast before jumping the exhibition queue and marvelling at Banksy’s works.  Visitors can also head for a spot of shopping across our seven streets. The hotel and ticket package will also be inclusive of priority early check-in and check-out out (subject to availability).

Make the most of your stay with lunch or dinner at Monmouth Kitchen, or it’s never too early to start your Christmas shopping in Seven Dials.

To book please visit here.

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