Friday, 8 July 2011

Events: The Buried Alive Halloween Ball "The Deadly Seduction of the Orient"

This year marks the arrival of the first Buried Alive Ball; a charity event run by The London Bridge Experience Foundation. The ball will be held on three nights (October 27th, 28th & 29th), in London, UK and is to take place at a "top London venue". 

This years theme: The Deadly Seduction of the Orient

Starts: 6pm

Between 12am - 1am


£195.00 per person (for bookings of less than 10 people)
£175.00 per person (for booking of 10 or more people)

The Event:
  • After being scared and excited, you will be brought back for a gourmet five course dinner; with the "Living Dead" tribute acts offering entertainment throughout the meal, as well as street performers, magicians and fortune tellers.  
  • There will be a free unlimited bar, table wines and beer all evening, as well as tempting "chilling cocktails" and "shock shots"  
  • Your group will receive a gift of a professionally taken photo of you in your horror attire. 
  • A professional compere will keep you laughing throughout the evening, there will be a high chance to win a dream holiday in the fabulous raffle. Don't forget to save some pennies for our Charity auction, you have the chance to buy some fabulous items and experiences. 
  • When you have finished your feasting, the banqueting hall will transform into a lively place to dance the night away."
Age Restriction: 18+, ID required

Is the ball fancy dress?
"We would like all of our guests to arrive in either fancy dress or black tie, there is a list of costume suppliers on our website to help you. We will also be selling masks on the night. We would ask our guests to remain tasteful, and the use of fake blood to be restricted, due to the carpets and walls of the venue. We will have a team of make up artists at the venue to make up the guests, or if you are bringing a large group we can arrange for the team to come to your offices before hand and do the make up."

The ball itself looks like it will be wonderful and the extra of getting into 'Phobophobia' as well is great! Although I've never visited when they've been running 'Phobophobia' (this year it's running 17th Oct - 1st Nov), The London Tombs (the horror themed part of the London Bridge Experience & Tombs) is really enjoyable, odd and fun at any time of year. If you have the money to attend, Buried Alive seems like it will be a fabulous new edition to the Halloween season and I'm also interested to see what projects The London Bridge Experience Foundation works on in the future. 


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