Friday, 21 October 2016

Covent Garden - London beware, you’re in for a scare!

Covent Garden

Discover Halloween shops and shocks

Discover Halloween shops and shocks
It’s almost the spookiest weekend of the year, and there’ll be no shortage of things that go bump in the night at Covent Garden. There are free pumpkins to carve and haircuts to have that help charities ease real-life horrors. As well as pro makeup and delicious treats. So pay us a visit and get ready for your best Halloween yet.
Look the part and save a life
The Pumpkin Patch
The Pumpkin PatchCarve a heart for World Vision
Support the largest international children’s charity by taking part in Carve a Heart. Take selfies in front of their pumpkin patch with a heart-shaped frame from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th. Then take a pumpkin home for free on Monday 31st.
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KryolanDo your makeup like a pro
Want to have the most unique, believable makeup at the party? Then follow in the footsteps of special effects artists and use Kryolan’s professional-grade Halloween kits. With step-by-step instructions and plenty of choices you’ll look scarily good.
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Toni&GuySpooktacular makeovers
Get your pre-Halloween fashion fix or blow dry and support the Toni&Guy Charitable Foundation. Book using The Pass to get involved between Thursday 27th and Saturday 29th.
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The tastes and toys of Halloween
BalthazarNo tricks, just treats, treats, treats
Indulge in spooky delicacies including frighteningly delicious s’mores, bat cookies, and pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. And if you’re in the mood for autumnal goodies, apple and cinnamon doughnuts and pumpkin tarts should do the trick!
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Whittard of Chelsea
Whittard of ChelseaTruly wicked hot chocolate
Exclusively for Halloween, the masters of steamy beverages are creating hand-crafted peanut butter hot chocolate. These limited edition drinks taste as good as they sound, so don’t miss your chance to get your claws into one.
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Pollock’s Toyshop
Pollock’s ToyshopCreate your own dark fairy tale
Unleash your family’s imaginations with a beautifully illustrated paper theatre. Cut out and craft scenes and characters from Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen - the inspiration for Frozen - and bring the classic story to life.
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