Thirteen for Halloween

Published: Tuesday 31st October 2017 by Courtney Farrow

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Happy Halloween! We’ve rounded up 13 spooky events that are happening this week in the local area. Click the event titles to find out more.

Scary Spurn Safari

Hosted by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, this unique event allows you to catch a glimpse of the darker side of Spurn Point and its mysterious lighthouse. It’s the perfect opportunity to hear spooky tales of shipwrecks and other strange occurrences that have happened on the East Yorkshire coast.

Spooky Woodland Trail at Burton Agnes Hall

Until 5 November, you can explore the magical woodland at Burton Agnes Hall. Expect wicked witches, cheeky ghosts and eerie figures as you wander through the tall trees and complete the exciting treasure hunt.

Creepy Crafts at Lydia’s

The Craft Club meets the last Tuesday of every month. This time it falls on Halloween, so expect to create something spooky. All with a slice of deliciously devilish cake from Lydia’s cafe, of course. The group meets at 7pm today at Lydia’s on Newland Avenue.

The Sesh Halloween Spesh

Enjoy a wide variety of live music at The Polar Bear from 8pm. It’s completely free to enter and you get to see up-and-coming local talent And the Hangnails, Two Tribes and The Evil Litter.

The SMile Cafe Halloween Pottery Painting

Indulge in an afternoon of petrifying pottery at The SMile Cafe in Pocklington. For just £10 you and your child can get creative and paint a pumpkin or a bat to take home. It also comes with a battery-operated tea light and refreshments whilst you paint.

Halloween Thrills and Spills at Burton Constable Hall

There’s so much to do at Burton Constable Hall this autumn. Until Friday 3 November, families can join in with treasure hunts, crafts, face painting, potion mixing and storytelling. Don’t forget to get dressed up – there will be a costume competition judged at 3pm every day near the Witches Lair.

Halloween at William’s Den

The brand new family attraction is hosting an array of ghoulish activities for children and their parents. From wizards hat making and trick or treat bag crafting, to the huge fancy dress parade, there’s something for everyone to get involved in. Meanwhile, try to find Wilma the Witch, who is hiding somewhere on their grounds.

Halloween Special at The Adelphi

The New Adelphi Club is the perfect place on Halloween night if you want to witness a fantastic show by RUNoffthestatic ahead of the release of their new single. There is also promise of free sweets and hair-raising surprises for those who turn up early.

Hedon Ghost Walk

Meet at Market Hill Car Park on Tuesday 31 October to listen to some of Hedon’s most shocking tales of murder, myths and local legends. No booking is required, just turn up at 7:30pm to join in.

Halloween Silent Film Screening

Do something a little different this Hallows’ Eve and head to Hull City Hall to experience this thrilling silent film. Nosferatu was originally inspired by the Dracula story and the spooky screening with be accompanied by chilling tunes from organist Donald MacKenzie.

Family Frights at Let Loose Yorkshire

Daily sessions of apple bobbing, pumpkin carving and face painting are taking place at Let Loose Yorkshire on Hull Road until Sunday 5 November. Whilst the kids play, grown-ups can scare themselves silly at the Zombie Viral Outbreak event.

Halloween Treat Night at East Riding Theatre

The Beverley theatre is hosting an evening full of spine-chilling fun suitable for all ages. SHE Productions brings ‘The Lightless Pumpkin’, an interactive show that involves a stunning lanrern procession throughout the streets of the historic market town.

Halloween Scare Event at Annisons Funeral Parlour

This adults-only show is certainly not for the faint-hearted. The highly interactive and horror-inspired tour involves meeting some creepy characters, simultaneously discovering the local murders and mysterious corpses that graced the doors of Annisons Funeral Parlour.

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Published: Tuesday 31st October 2017 by Courtney Farrow

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