A spine-tingling treat with Tudor spirits and creepy corridors as you discover stories of spooky apparitions and paranormal activity on an evening ghost tour of Hampton Court Palace.
Instagrammers favourite artist with new paintings, including works from the iconic My Eternal Soul series, painted bronze pumpkin and flower sculptures, and a large-scale Infinity Mirror Room.
Die-hard Harry Potter fans can spend the evening having dinner at Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London, which is hosting its ‘Hogwarts After Dark’ experience for the second year.
An incredibly vibrant and striking body of work featuring photography, film, sculpture and hand-crafted petit point tapestry from South African artist Athi-Patra Ruga.
There are over 600 deer roaming wild in Richmond Park and autumn mornings are the best time to see them. The sight of a bellowing stag is something even the most world weary won’t forget.
Prepare to have your perceptions tested at the Hayward Gallery’s new exhibition. It’s designed to make you question the space around you via the clever use of glass, light and reflection.
London’s iconic Natural History Museum is being transformed into a pop-up cinema for Halloween, offering screenings of some classic scary films as the museum partners with The Luna Cinema for the first time.
London Cocktail Week is back and bigger than ever! With 300 bars signed up to the Cocktail Tours in the heart of Brick Lane, plus cocktail classes, parties, special menus and more. A £6 pass gives you full access.
A showcase of international contemporary art which this year marks responses to contemporary issues. Also don’t miss Frieze Sculpture, with work popping up in Regents Park itself.