Get ready for a frightfully fun evening at King’s Cross this Halloween, with live illuminated dance performances from the Skeleton Squad, giant roaming skeleton puppets, complimentary face painting, best-dressed skeleton prizes and much more.
October 31 On All Hallows’ Eve, the King’s Cross Skeleton Squad will rise from their graves to take over Granary Square and perform an illuminated dance of the dead (6.30 & 7.30 pm). Skeleton dancers and LED skeleton drummers, by Light Beats, will roam and interact with the audience as they perform a unique choreographed routine, all building to a spectacular finale.
The spine chilling celebration will see Granary Square transformed into a Halloween haven, with frightfully fun performances and giant skeleton puppets circulating the square, as complimentary face painting and trick or treat handouts, directed by a skeleton host – guaranteed to leave your head in a spin.
Visitors are encouraged to don their scariest skeleton outfit and join in on Thursday 31 October, as prizes will be awarded to the best dressed!
Those in it to win it should head down from 5.30 pm to take part in one of the free dance workshops, to learn the routine and then strut their stuff as part of the performances, scheduled to take place at 6.30 & 7.30 pm.
Make sure to keep warm afterward by popping into one of the restaurants and bars at King’s Cross set to put on some Halloween themed delicacies and drinks, or shop till you drop at Coal Drops Yard, located next to Granary Square.
The King’s Cross Halloween Party is free for all to attend and has been designed and produced by Kit and Caboodle in partnership with King’s Cross.