Three further frighteners for you in case our previous shipload of Halloween fun wasn't enough or to your liking.
FRIDAY 31 OCTOBER
Ear Cinema present Late Noon Sun at the ICA, their latest piece of 'immersive digital storytelling'. What could that be? Well, Ear Cinema is a mind-bending blend of technology, live performance and aural experimentation; four large canvases form a cube within which audiences sit, surrounded by four simultaneous projections and live performers telling a story. Sound is payed via a cube of speakers, creating 3D sound effect - it is totally immersive and will be extra-spooky for Halloween as Late Noon Sun is the tale of Little Mary and her mysterious, sinister death. Learn more about Ear Cinema and then book a ticket at the ICA.
East End Treasure Hunt with Urbaneer - just as immersive but with a bit more running around, this outing requires you to register a team then journey through the East End of London, following the footsteps of the Krays. Costumes, dark alleyways, surprises on every corner are all yours from 7pm, starting at Bethnal Green tube station. This ain't a freebie and registration is necessary so if you're keen, get organised ASAP: start by going to the Urbaneer website.
NOW UNTIL 2 NOVEMBER
Fear of the Dark at London Bridge Experience: we stayed overnight in the underground vaults before the attraction moved in and now we're going to return for a special Halloween outing. Apparently, electrical faults have plunged the attraction into complete darkness, curiously just in time for Halloween, so all visitors need to navigate these creepy crypts in pitch black conditions. Subterranean creatures have risen and are likely to jump out and scare the sweet bejesus out of anyone brave enough to give this a go - book if you dare on the London Bridge Experience website.