Halloween is my favourite holiday – it’s like Goth Christmas! The EP launch overshadowed this year’s Halloween plans slightly so I didn’t make as much of a fuss as usual – I didn’t even carve pumpkins because by the time we went to buy some, they’d sold out! – but I still had a great time.
Our annual tradition of trying on the halloween costumes in the shops.
Essential Halloween viewing: The X Files and Treehouse of Horror 🙂
On 30th November my friend Evey organised a murder mystery evening! I played the role of Emily Lloyd-Bridges, a young fashionable Victorian lady fond of Gothic novels and romantic poetry, engaged to the womanizing Sir Clifforde Heath-Clifforde. I managed to put together a last-minute Victorian-esque costume that I was pretty happy with:
It was such a fun game, though much more in-depth than I realised!
— Rainbow Sestra (@MsKirstyFace) October 30, 2015
On Halloween itself, we went to Mozarts for their annual Halloween party. I left my costume plans to the last-minute, so ended up going in creepy clown make-up which turned out ok.
Daf was a ghostbuster – he looked so good!
"You're still handsome – no hetero" – me to my gay friend Andrew pic.twitter.com/bIQ2BaNcPm
— Cath Elms (@catherineelms) October 31, 2015
— eve moriarty's inner saboteur (@eve_moriarty) November 1, 2015
It was a lovely night, and after so many years of disappointing Halloween nights out, it was awesome to actually do something fun and exciting this year 🙂 There was a lot of drinking, dancing, and giggling – and on the way home we got cheesy chips. The best!
when u and the squad r all freaks but it doesnt matter cos ur hearts r pure n u wanna have a good time pic.twitter.com/y3eXwIzagX
— Beth McColl (@imteddybless) November 6, 2015
Check out my previous Halloween celebration blog posts!