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Boxpark is hosting its own version of Squid Game for Halloween where contestants can win money


Don’t worry, you won’t have to fight to the death at this party (Picture: Boxpark)

If you haven’t watched Squid Game yet, where have you been?

There’s no denying the gruesome Netflix show has offered plenty of outfit inspiration for Halloween, but now fans can take things one step further with an immersive experience. 

Boxpark Wembley is set to host a Squid Game party in North West London – just without the violence.

Members of the Boxpark team will act as the sinister faceless guards – kitted out with pink jumpsuits and masks – and guests will be able to participate in games from the show, including red light, green light, tug of war, marbles and Squid Game itself.

The Halloween extravaganza is set to take place on Saturday 30 October from 7pm and contestants will be competing to win a grand cash prize of up to £1,000.

So it’s basically a real-life version – minus the gore.

There will be drinks, food, music and more (Picture: Boxpark)
Contestants can even win money (Picture: Boxpark)

Those who would rather watch the action from the sidelines can do so, and soak up the spooky decor, music, food and cocktails in the process.

It’s worth pointing out there will also be prizes for the best fancy dress – so if you own a green tracksuit, now is the time to dig it out.

To enter the games, you must be aged 18+ and tickets cost £10 each.

Elsewhere in the capital, you’ll find The Surgeon at The London Dungeon – a tribute to the questionable surgery of the Victorian era.

Not from London? Fear not, there are plenty of other UK Halloween 2021 events to sink your teeth into.

PrimEVIL in Norfolk is an immersive experience that’s bound to send shivers down your spine. Alternatively, there’s the Halloween Town Festival in Bedford to check out.

More information on the Boxpark event can be found here.

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