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Halloween Playground

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This Halloween, head deep into the grim and gruesome tunnels below Waterloo Station for the ultimate spooky shindig. For three nights on the trot, The Vaults are hosting one hell of an All Hallows celebration, which is set to include musical voodoo, chilling cabaret acts, and a haunted graveyard cinema, all topped off by hours of "devilishly good" DJs churning out more party bangers than you could shake your cornershop broomstick at. Scary surprises are planned for the evening so go prepared – this one's not for the faint-hearted. Fancy dress is mandatory.

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Andy

Wasn't very busy at all, which was very surprising considering it was 'sold out'. Decor was not particularly scary or elaborate, although the location was superb. It's a shame the event organisers did not put as much effort into the venue as the attendees did. Some of the fancy dress was superb. However, my friends and I were completely outraged when we saw a man dressed in a Nazi uniform. The guy was confronted but when the bouncers intervened they said it was 'free speech'. We were completely disgusted that this guy was even allowed into the event. It was bound to cause offence. Completely ruined our evening.

beth

Quite dissapointing effort from the event organisers. Very limited halloween decor. It was the patrons costumes behafe that made the night. No halloween music as such. I expected at least one room to be done up in graveyard decor. Free sweets or something. Was like a student union event and then it closed at only 2am. Weak!