Have a Frighteningly Good Night at Edinburgh’s Hallowe’en Ceilidh

Edinburgh's Hallowe'en Ceilidh stars ghosts, ghouls and Gok Wan

Looking for somewhere special to go guising? Hallowe’en is going glamorous this year with the return of Edinburgh’s Hallowe’en Ceilidh & Horror Ball at the Assembly Rooms.

Famed as one of Europe’s most haunted cities, where better to celebrate the start of spooky season than at Edinburgh’s Hallowe’en Ceilidh in the highly prestigious Assembly Rooms on Saturday, October 29.

And with a wicked line up that includes fiendishly funny horror host, Bunny Galore of Sky’s Bunny Galore’s Movie Nightmares and none other than style guru, award winning personality and fabulous DJ, Gok Wan, Edinburgh’s Hallowe’en Ceilidh is set to be a frighteningly good night!

‘A touch of devilishly good fun’

“Other than fashion week, Halloween is my next favourite dress up time of the year,” said Gok, who will be adding a touch of devilishly good fun to the decks by performing a special DJ set.

“I’m beyond excited to be playing and hosting at this fabulous event at The Assembly Rooms. I cannot wait to see Edinburgh bust out its best Hallowe’en chic.

“Take one cup of glamour, three cups of fun, and a cauldron full of fabulous music, and what have you got… Edinburgh’s Halloween Ceilidh and Horror Ball!”

The evening will include devilishly good live Scottish ceilidh featuring the country’s very best band Ceilidh Stomp, while under the mahoosive chandeliers of The Ballroom, the night will move between a silent disco and Celebrity DJ Gok Wan and his sidekick Queen of Horror, Bunny Galore.

There will also be fantastic prizes for best dressed and best costume, judged by none other than top stylist to the stars – Gok Wan!


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Freaky Facts!

  • A scary single ticket to Edinburgh’s Hallowe’en Ceilidh costs £24.99 but there are special offers for three or more tickets.
  • A Halloween ceilidh ran at the Assembly Rooms for years before the multi-million pound refurbishment of the building. It was famous for guests dressing up amazingly – or in kilts.
  • Purple is the colour of choice for this year’s event.