Goulishly good: Dead celebrities and Playboy mansions are all in the line-up for this year’s Hallowe’en. *MCT photo
Goulishly good: Dead celebrities and Playboy mansions are all in the line-up for this year’s Hallowe’en. *MCT photo


WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24: It’s time to pull out the witch hats, scary masks and colourful wigs all in the name of celebrating Hallowe’en.

The celebrations have already started with most happening this weekend with a slew of events including parties, Hallowe’en walks, special dinner menus and more.


The Newport, A Gastropub at the Fairmont Southampton, is serving up a spooky, terrifying meal for the Hallowe’en season.

From Smokey Bloody Mary soup to Blood and Bones as a main course, the meal is sure to amuse all the foodies out there.

The three-course dinner is $47 and $56 with beer pairings and started last Friday ends Wednesday 31.

Call 238-8000 for reservations.

Friday, October 26

  • Uber Vida’s Playboy Mansion Yacht —

On Friday night, the UberVida is hosting Playboy Mansion Yacht.

Instead of being a special party, the boat will host mini cruises all night from 5:30pm.

Entrance is free and costumes are mandatory.

The boat leaves from opposite Pickled Onion at 5:30pm, 7:30pm, 9:30pm, 11:30pm, 1:30am and 3:30am.

You can get off at any of the returns or stay on all night.

Saturday, October 27:

  • Zombie Walk —

On Saturday, Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard will be hosting a Zombie Walk at 11am from Grey’s Bridge to Mangrove Bay.

Pledge sheets are available for download at www.artcentre.bm.

The centre will also host Mangrove Hallows from 12pm to 4pm.

There will be games and various events for children.

To volunteer for the event, call 234-2809 or email artcentre@logic.bm.

  • Halloween dive —

Starting at 10am, there will be a Hallowe’en dive with a spooky shipwreck photo contest and pumpkin carving contest.

The event will be out of the Blue Water Divers club’s Somerset Bridge location and the cost is $100.

There will be a second dive on November 3 for the same price and an underwater pumpkin carving contest.

For more information visit www.divebermuda.com.

  • Inferno party —

On Saturday night, there is no shortage of parties to attend.

If soca and reggae music sounds like your idea of a party, Secrets and IOP’s party at Inferno might be the spot for you.

The event will feature music by D’General and Selecta Fray from 10pm to 3am.

Tickets are $30 and can be bought at Secrets in the Washington Mall.

Costumes are mandatory.

  • Dead celebrities —

CAKE Productions and Four Loko are throwing Dead Celebrities at Docksiders.

Patrons are encouraged to come dressed as their favourite dead celebrity.

DJs for the party are King Jyrus and Twin Starr with a cover of $20 with costume and $25 without.

  • Fetish —

McLovin and Wild Apache are throwing Fetish at Rumbar where women are encouraged to wear sexy costumes and men, scary masks.

It is billed as the creepiest, scariest Hallowe’en party.

The DJs for the night at DJ Chub, DJ Keem, Rusty G and Imega.

Tickets are $20 in advance and more at the door.

Costumes are mandatory and there will be prizes for the best male and female attire.

  • Mariners RFC party—

The Mariners RFC Hallowe’en party will be at Flanagan’s and Outback featuring music by DJ Bitsy.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $30 at the door.

Wednesday, October 31:

  • Salsa Hallowe’en party —

There will be a Salsa Hallowe’en party at Café Continental with no cover.

From 8:15pm to 8:45pm, there is a free intermediate turn pattern class and dancing to all Latin music to follow.

There will be drink specials and a full bar.

  • Bermuda Sub Aqua Club party —

The Bermuda Sub Aqua Club is also holding a Hallowe’en party on Hallowe’en from 7pm to 11pm and the BSAC clubhouse in Spanish Point.

Entry is free with a cash bar.

Patrons are encouraged to come in their costumes and enjoy spooky cocktails, zombie brain stew and blood red jelly.

For more information email membership@bsac.bm.