THE MAGIC Alley in Stratford is brewing up for its favourite time of year with a host of spooky treats for Halloween.
Twisted Circus – the family friendly edition – takes place daily throughout October at the Bell Court-based attraction. Part circus, part fun fair, part carnival, the show brings to life everyone’s favourite circus characters but with a distinctly creepy twist for Halloween.
The show is suitable for children over six only.
The Library of Eerie Tales takes place at 7.30pm and 9pm all month. Madame Sceptre’s macabre show of magic and mystery immerses audiences in the world of Victorian occultism and witchcraft. Expect magic, mirth and hauntology.
The show is devised and performed by Careena Fenton-Cullen. Careena is researching towards a doctorate in Victorian Spiritualism, Witchcraft and Performance Magic. She has been a performer for many years and is a member of The Magic Circle.
The performance is suitable for anyone over 12.
While Twisted Circus – After Dark takes place on October 28, October 29, October 30 and October 31 from 7pm until late. Not for those of a nervous disposition, this is the ultimate Halloween scare attraction.
There will be a glass of prosecco available to settle the spirits. Suitable for over 18s only.
For more information visit www.magicalleystratford.com/
Meanwhile at Tudor World in Sheep Street there will also be haunting Halloween activities laid on for all the family.
There will be story-telling from Ernie the Wizard, fortune telling with Zoltaire the Mystic, Halloween Terror Tours and a real Victorian Seance. While there will be Shakespeare Walking Tours everyday and Ghost Tours every evening.
For more information visit www.tudorworld,com