This Halloween Amy Grimehouse and The London Project are taking over The National Trust's 17th century Ham House for their Ham(mer) House of Horror, with Hammer films, seances and more. Scary!
"Following several sold-out events in collaboration with the National Trust’s London Project this year, Amy Grimehouse bring the very best of their dark side to Ham(mer) House of Horror. After he success of Zombie Fete in 2011, and the terrifying triumph of Kensington Gore, last year's Halloween offering at the V&A, Amy Grimehouse embrace all that Ham House has to offer and plan to create enough chaos to wake the dead.
Ham(mer) House of Horror is a foray into Halloween at its best or worst...
Delving into a devilish world of sheer horror, deep within the inner sanctums of London's Ham House – the most haunted house in Britain. You can lose yourself in this 17th-century treasure trove with terrifying ghost tours, have fun with craft at Rip Your Art Out, enjoy sinful treats with The Witch, watch Hammer screenings, learn about horror film making, participate in seances and cause diabolical mischief. Not for the timid or the faint at heart!
The Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun bar will be open until 11pm
Dressing up is ESSENTIAL or prepare to be bitten.
Ham(mer) House of Horror at Ham House is organised by the National Trust’s London Project which seeks to engage contemporary London with one-off, exciting and unique events and partnerships. The London Project will challenge what you expect from The National Trust – it’s time for the old to meet the new."
When - Thursday 31st October, 7pm - 11pm
Where - Ham House and Garden, Richmond, TW10 7RS
Tickets - £18 from here
Link - Booking page
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