Student's Guide to Halloween

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Every year, different venues across the city centre host Halloween themed nights and here is a list of what is going on during this spooky season.  

 

Unit 51: Let It Bleed  

Saturday, 27th October at 22:00 

'Let It Bleed' is back with another Halloween bash. The club is being transformed into a “rave cave fae hell”. This year’s DJ line-up is spook-tacular: Jasper James, Nyra, Rondevu, Yungruzt, and, Tee. 

Music Genres:?Acid House, Disco, House, Techno 

   

Tunnels: Minival Halloween Special with Call Super 
Saturday, 27th Oct at 23:00 - 03:00 

Tunnels plan to bring out all things evil, so bring out your dark side. They are also bringing back a very talented and well-known DJ to the Minival decks, Call Super, who has been playing all over the world the past few years. 

  

The Bobbin: Halloween Pub Quiz  

Tuesday, 30th October 2018 at 20:00 

The Bobbin are hosting a Halloween quiz filled with chilling questions. 

There are prizes up for grab for the top three teams – with an extra prize to be awarded to the best dressed, so dress to scare! 

Entry costs £3 a head and teams can be no larger than four people. 

 

Halloween at ATIK 

Saturday, 27th Oct Part 1 22:30 3:00 

Wednesday, 31st Oct Part 2 22:30 3:00 

Saturday, 3rd Nov Part 3 22:30 3:00 

ATIK Aberdeen presents Halloween. Come down in your scariest and spookiest costumes. The newly refurbished club will be playing your favourite dance, chart, cheese and RnB bops. 

 

NOX: Halloween Jungle Wednesday  

Wednesday 31st October 22:00 - 3:00 

NOX presents Jungle Wednesday, the night will be filled with mayhem and wickedness. Get your costume sorted and “expect the un-expected”.  

Aberdeens own, DJ Bobby Cooper will be playing all the hottest tunes. 

 

Staying Safe  

It is also important to make sure you stay vigilant as those that are in costume, especially wearing something that is covering their face, cannot be properly identified.

In the case of an emergency, if you are an RGU or University of Aberdeen student and have no money to get home, and are in a dangerous or unsafe situation, you can order a designated safe taxi from Rainbow City Taxi's and use your student card as payment. Call Rainbow City Taxis on 01224 878787 and order a taxi using the 'Safe Taxi' account name, and tell the operator your university and your student number. 

 

You can buy tickets for each event via Skiddle or the venues website.  

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