By Esin Huseyin
Can I be the first person to say that this month has gone crazy quick, like literally it’s the start of November this weekend – whaaaat. Also, for your information it’s my birthday, so all presents are welcome, obviously. Naaaaat.
So, things may be getting a little spooky this weekend, seeing as it is Halloween.
in absolute horror in the middle of London as you’re chased by zombies down the street; is this something that you’d like to do? Well why not immerse yourself in 2.8 hours later, which believe it or not is no joke. I was lucky enough to take part in this event last year, both as a volunteer and as a player; last year’s scenario was that we had to make our way through the city hunting down forged documents so that you could safely make it in to asylum, your haven. I made it as far as the door for the asylum and then got caught. This year you’re breaking out of asylum and making your way in to the city to retrieve belongings, but things are a little different this year, as each option you make has a repercussion. Good luck. Find out more information, here.
We all listen to everybody’s terrible commuter stories; delayed and cancelled trains, people puking in the same carriage, etc. But, to mix things up a bit, why don’t you make your way down to the London Transport Museum tomorrow to listen to some underground folklore, as well as face painting, special effects make up, and even some tarot card readings – it might give you a different outlook to your commute the following morning, even if it is with a sore head. To find out more, click here.
Yeah okay, I know this is completely unrelated to Halloween, but I had to throw a completely random one in there. Now, don’t get hasty, there genuinely is nothing scarier than being up a mountain on a chair lift, and not really knowing how to get off the chair lift, or how to ski down – don’t laugh but that was me 2 years ago. Nailed it though, don’t worry guys. If you want to be a little more prepared than me, then why not check out the ski & snowboard show where you’ll be able to see some live demonstrations, brush up your skills with some lessons, and even pick up the latest fashion for the slopes. To find out more, click here.