If you are looking for something to do during Halloween, there are some FRIGHT-fully good events taking place in Rugby town centre, with something for all the family to enjoy.
Youngsters will love the Halloween party that Yum Yum World is putting on Wednesday 30th October, where all arcade games are included in the entry price so they will be on free play. There will be plenty of sandwiches and juice for children at £6.95 each and adults go free (with up to two children).
On Thursday 31st October, the Play Rangers take over the Benn Hall for a Witches and Wizards activity day for 3 – 13 year olds. With a rodeo pumpkin, creepy crawlies and magical games to keep your little monsters entertained from 11am – 1pm for £3.
Rugby Gallery and Art Museum has a Skeleton Gallery Hunt for children to find a selection of human bones hidden around the building, they can also create a skeleton x-ray and make ‘potion jar’ lanterns. Under 5’s can sing songs, play games and have fun in the Halloween Special activity session too.
Get your broomsticks out and fly down to the Victoria Inn Sunday 27 October for a spooky trivia and music quiz, with nine rounds of questions with some sort of Halloween theme. Or give your wicked witch costume an airing head to The Alexandra Arms for a Halloween fancy dress party with live music from Benny & The Jengo Massive on Friday 1 November. More music is on offer at The Distillery in the Skunks Halloween Bash, with Rugby’s leading funk and ska band. 9pm till late on Friday 1 November.