What's on in the UK: Things to do in the next week

Whether you're looking for a Halloween trick or treat, or a way to unwind from the horror of Halloween, HELLO! Online has something to enjoy during the next week across the United Kingdom.


Friday 31 October - Halloween Zombie Apocalypse Bunker at Bounce

The apocalypse may strike at any moment but in the bunker at Bounce, where ping pong meets pizza, you can hide from the impending attack in an edgy space with 16 games tables bathed in UV light. Add some UV artwork to your face courtesy of UV face painters, take the tricks and tips being handed out all night, and dance the night away while waiting for your turn at the table.

See bouncepingpong.com for more information.




Saturday 1 November - Regent St Motor Show

Regent Street sees the return of the annual Regent Street Motor Show, the UK's largest free-to-view motoring extravaganza. From Piccadilly Circus to Oxford Circus, the capital's world-famous shopping street will be closed to through traffic, making way for hundreds of display cars that will be on show in the middle of the street, including vintage and performance cars, racing cars, family and eco cars.

See regentstreetmotorshow.com for more information.



Sunday 2 November - Backyard Cinema

The world is a facing a zombie apocalypse but it's okay because Backyard Cinema have access to the only safe place in London; a top-secret East London survivor's camp. Once you have cleared quarantine, you can roam the premises, come face-to-face with the infected and discover for yourselves the true scale of devastation the planet is facing. Finish off your weekend of ghoulish horror with Shaun of the Dead for the afternoon performance or [.REC] in the evening.

See backyardcinema.co.uk for more information.





Monday 3 November - National Spa Week

Kick off National Spa Week with a trip to the Elemis Day Spa in Mayfair, London, where you will be treated to an exciting array of relaxing treats. Receive 20% off future treatments, complimentary body care gifts, and the chance to bring friends for free. The event is taking place across the country.

See spaweek.co.uk for more information.





Tuesday 4 November – The Lodge ski-themed winter pop-up

Head chef Jimmy Garcia is back from his summer sell out with a new ski-themed pop up, The Lodge. Taking over 9 Hildreth Street in Balham, Jimmy's menu will bring the flavours and fun of the Alpine mountains to south London. Diners can expect dishes from a decadent cheese fondue served with charcuterie, potatoes and rustic bread, to Sunday roasts with all the trimmings. Happy hour cocktails and mulled wine are included on the drinks list, while boozy brunches and an "ice cream factory" dessert are also on offer.

For more information and menus visit jimmyspopup.com

Nightcrawler - Wednesday 5 November

Jake Gyllenhaal stars in this dark and troubling story of a young man, Lou Bloom, driven desperate for work, who through sheer determination make his way in the world of L.A. crime journalism. Lou blurs the lines between observer and participant to become the star of his own story while using his knowledge to remain ruthless and ahead of his competitors, through any means necessary.


Thursday 6 November - Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal
In the year that marks the centenary of the start of World War I, the Royal British Legion is encouraging everyone to support the Poppy Appeal for the memory of the fallen and the future of the living. This year you can buy gorgeous sbrooches, cufflinks, bracelets, and buttons, all designed by Buckley London and available from Marks & Spencers stores.

Visit poppyshop.org.uk for more information.