Posted by Kristian Hatton
20. Oct, 2012
|October 26, 2012|
The Revolt Artspace will be turning their cavernous depths into a haunted house, and having a Halloween costume party on 26/27 October.
Have you ever wish to be courted by a vampire, or prowl with a werewolf, or have a conversation with a zombie? Okay, perhaps you haven’t thought about the last one, I’ve had too many conversations with zombies around the office. But there’s something enchanting about celebrating the mysterious and dark forces on Halloween, especially when everyone is dressed for the occasion.
There’s also a haunted house just next door, outside of the dark social gathering. If you just want to check out the spooky gear with your own crew, there will be haunted house tickets available seperately for $15 each.
Note: There are certain designated times for all ages to go check this out, but some times are licensed and are for the big kids to go play.
WHEN: Friday/Saturday, 26/27 October, 9:00pm – 1:00am, Adults Only — Saturday, 27 October, 3:00pm – 8:00pm, All Ages
WHERE: Revolt Artspace, 12 Elizabeth Street, Kensington
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