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KERB's Free Trick or Treat Event for Halloween

Seven Dials Market has announced its plans for ‘Trick or Treeeeat’ - a full week of spooky-themed Halloween activations and events for all the family this October.

Running from 24th -31st October and free to attend, the week will see KERB’s acclaimed street food vendors creating bespoke and child-friendly dishes to celebrate the spookiest time of the year, with the market space covered in bewitching decorations that are sure to get both kids and adults into the Halloween spirit.

Children will be encouraged to take part in games including a trick or treat trail - just find the six door knockers hidden around the market and uncover either a trick or a treat! There will also be free face painting Monday to Friday between 12-2pm and a special screening of Hotel Transylvania on Sunday from 12pm. For the adults, a Saturday night DJ set from DJ Corey alongside a spooky skull-inspired Beetle Juice cocktail, made with vodka, midori, pineapple and lime, is the time to pull out all the stops, dress up and let their hair down.

The traders will be offering one-off, spooky items suitable for children and inspired by the season, resulting in a collaborative menu sure to please and excite young eaters and adults alike. Available for the entire week, special Halloween-inspired food items will include buttered pumpkin wheelcakes from Wheelcake Island, spooky finger challah buns from Shuk; crispy ‘bat’ wings with blood mayo and lime from Bong Bongs and mummified pollitos from El Pollote.

Known for its commitment to showcasing some of London’s best food traders, from established names to up-and-coming talent, KERB’s Seven Dials Market will continue to be a hotspot for food lovers during the week, with traders including Yum Bun, Curry On Naanstop, Club Mexicana and Soft Serve Society as part of one of the best roster of street food vendors anywhere in the capital.

As always with Seven Dials Market, decorations take centre stage, and this year’s display will be bigger and better than ever. With the temporary transformation of Cucumber Alley into Ghost Alley to welcome guests and get them into the mood, creepy crawlies adorning the walls in Banana Warehouse and spooky surprises popping up where you’d least expect them, the market is the perfect place to spend Halloween.

With a mix of spooky themed family fun in the creepy crawly covered main hall and gruesome food specials to surprise and delight even the biggest Halloween sceptics, the Trick or Treeeeat week will see Seven Dials Market as the most exciting place to be for both kids and adults to celebrate Halloween in London.

To find out more about Halloween at Seven Dials Market, visit their website here.

Website | @sevendialsmarket | 35 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LD


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