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What's OnForbidden Forest at The Perception, W London

Get ready for a spooktacular Halloween party at Leicester Square’s hippest hang-out, The Perception at the W London hotel.
  • Dates 01/11/2019 - 02/11/2019
  • Location 10 Wardour Street, W1D 6QF
  • Price £££
A thrilling, chilling, electric sceneGet ready to enter a dark and decrepit woodland experience. Filled with freak encounters and dangerous disturbances, plus plenty of chilling champagne.From £15 for early bird tickets, lose yourself in the twisted timber and lost souls of Soho’s Forbidden Forest. Bringing you the ultimate Halloween party, The Perception inside the W London hotel is the only place to be for Halloween 2019.Expect compulsive beats, dark displays and cavorting creatures on Friday 1st and 2nd November from 9pm - late.Tickets will certainly sell out soon, so don’t miss out on a spooktacular evening!Reserve your table online by tapping the button below. Or, call or email using the following details:T: +44 020 7758 1060E: theperception@whotels.comA menu that's sure to satisfyYour taste buds will be dancing with delight as you devour a Double Trouble, featuring 2-for-1 cocktails from the signature sips menu.Available from Monday – Friday, between 4pm – 8pm, it’s the perfect way to kick start your Halloween celebrations.Plus, sample electric dishes from a variety of menus. The Mirror Menu will satisfy those vibrantly vegan palettes. Whilst the Candy Brunch and What’s The Tea, offer an extraordinary afternoon experience for you to refuel on before your big night out.Whatever you decide, discover the energy and see why The Perception is here to stay as Soho’s most magnetic destination.

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