Childs: What do we do now?
MacReady: Why don't we just wait here for a little while... see what happens...
- The Thing
If you're looking for things to do for Hallowe'en, here are some local-ish options. Or, if you live in Telegraph Hill, you could simply cower in fear of the headless hoodies on their skateboards.
Nunhead - The Old Nun's Head says:
***29.10.10 - Halloween Party***
A halloween menu, apple bobbing, some spooky decor and later on a ghoulish set from local DJ Dead Man Walking. Upstairs we will be playing a double header of 'Dawn of the Dead' and then 'Shaun of the Dead'.
***31.10.10 - Film Night***
We we are sticking with the halloween theme and will be showing 2 films:
7.00pm - Halloween
9.00pm - Paranormal Activity
Of course there will be popcorn and huge Fat Boy bean bags to sit on, so comfy you might just fall to sleep!
Hither Green - BC regular Max says:
The Hither Green Cinema Halloween Triple Bill is this Sunday.
The first film at 3:30 pm is the Corpse Bride (certificate PG) that's a perfect introduction into ghost stories for children that crave a thrill at Halloween. Doors at 2:30 with an hour of kids' entertainment before the film.
At 6 pm we have the Rocky Horror Picture Show and finally at 8 pm for those that think that if Halloween must be embraced then it must be done seriosly there's the truly scary the Orphanage.
For the intervals we have a bar with the delicious homemade cakes of the Golden Afternoon Tea Company and a karaoke machine loaded with a selection of Halloween classics.
The location is St Swithun's Hall, St Swithun's Road SE13 (off Hither Gren Lane and Ennersdale Road).