Halloween is my favourite holiday, and here are my top choices for things to do in the lower mainland:
I did this last year and I LOVED it!
An interactive play where your decisions influence the final outcome, the audience is divided into teams that try to survive the zombie holocaust. The actors are awesome and it’s absolutely terrifying. This year the play will take place in Granville Island, and there are more zombies for your screaming pleasure. Buy your tickets here.
This is always so much fun -Now until November 2. It features 6 Haunted Houses, 12 rides, and the freaky sideshow, The Monsters of Schlock. New this year – upgrade to a Fast Pass and experience all of Fright Nights in one visit! Buy tickets here.
The Woman in Black Opens Halloween night and runs for three weeks at Little Mountain Gallery (195 e 26th) a small tucked away black box theatre that used to be a butcher shop, at one point the floors were slanted so the blood would run off. I’m a big fan of the book, this play is sure to scare and delight audiences. Tickets are $20. For dates and tickets, click here.
Haunted Halloween Vancouver Trolley Tour
From October 18 to 31, Tour Vancouver’s eeriest haunts. The annual offering dares brave visitors to board a frightful trolley bus and travel through the city listening to storytellers spin tales of murder, treachery and intrigue. With a walk through Mountain View Cemetery and a chilling visit to Vancouver’s original city morgue, this jaunt is not for the faint of heart. Buy tickets here.