The October half term is creeping up again. The nights are getting colder, and the pumpkins are starting to get carved.
If you are stuck for ideas or plans for this October half term, do not fear worry Worthing has you covered!
October half term activities in Worthing
The Enormous Turnip – 20th October
Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company return with unswerving energy, live music and eccentric puppetry in this re-potted version of the famous children’s story.
Jack on the Green – 20th & 21st October
Beach House Gardens
Sames Sky present a spectacular night of light and lanterns. Don’t miss this family friendly trail around Beach House Park between 6pm and 8.30 pm. Experience the park in a whole new light – giant lanterns, projections and another chance to see the sustainable lighting installations from Worthing’s Light Festival.
Same Sky will be running free lantern making workshops on both days between 2pm and 4pm at Palm Court Pavilion Cafe.
Everything made in the workshop will then form part of the trail, so come along to spot your own creation! It is free entry into the event, with donations welcomed at the gate.
Things that go bump – 25th October
6.30pm – 9pm
Put on your scariest costume and come and experience the ghoulish goings on after dark for Halloween in the Museum. Supper included. All for only £10 !
Worthing Museum & Art Gallery have various other activities and workshops over half term.
Halloween Party Night – 26th October
2-4pm or 5.30 -7.30pm
A creepy crypt, ghoulish games and lots of spooky music and dancing… just some of the activities waiting for you this Halloween at Field Place Manor House.
Tickets are just £6.50 per child or adult and must be booked in advance. Call Field Place Manor House on 01903 446401 to book now!
Halloween Slime Disco – 31st October
5.00 – 6.45pm
Come dressed to scare, make creepy slime with bugs and eyeballs in it, then dance and play games in the UV disco room. For only £12 a ticket.Take pictures in the photo booth and indulge in the chocolate fountain!
Booking in advance essential – limited spaces. Ages 5 and over, parents must stay for under 7s.