Celebrate Halloween in Brighton & Hove, one of the spookiest cities in the country and home to one of the most haunted houses...
Why not celebrate Halloween in Brighton with a night of opulence and debauchery at Proud Country House in Stanmer Park? The 18th century house will be transformed into the decadet world of the Phantom of the Opera. Embrace the forbidden on an experiential voyage through haunted rooms alongiside culinary delights inspired by the Phantom.
Underneath the Edwardian charm Preston Manor is reportedly one of the most haunted houses in the country making it the perfect place to celebrate Halloween in Brighton! This year the manor house wil host a special immersive production of the classic goth horror – Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Dare you try the Ghost Walk of the Lanes? Actor and master storyteller Rob Marks performs in full Victorian costume and reveals 8 spooky tales linked to the famous Lanes of Brighton. In addition to the regular walks there will be two special Halloween walks on Monday 31st October at 6pm and 7.30pm.
For even more paranormal happenings take the Kreepy Kemptown Ghost Walk for approximately 2 hours of ghoulish tales and spine-chilling stories of Kemptown residents who never left, even after death. In addition to the regulat Saturday walk there will be two Halloween Walks at 4pm and 7.30pm.
Mark Halloween in Brighton with Sondheim's iconic classic Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street which will be gripping audiences at 88 London Road and there's more gory delights at Brighton's new HorrorFest. Altnernatively indulge in a Halloween Dinner Dance at the East Sussex National or go back to the 80s at Spellbound's special Halloween themed Goth Halloween Party including a screening of Beetlejuice.
- Download the October Half Term round-up for family-friendly Halloween events. (PDF - 96 KB)