Think coffins and cobwebs, pumpkins and clowns. The shadows of a thousand years are coming to town.
If you thought last year was scary then you’re in for a treat. We’re about to cast a spell on your dancing feet.
Step into the mist at a brand-new venue, we’ve got ghosts and ghouls (and gin) on the menu.
The sound of house will take over the night and we can’t guarantee that you won’t get a fright.
So come on in, it’ll be fun, you’ll see. This event is kindly sponsored by the one and only JT.
Join us at The Slaughterhouse for the most wickedly wonderful event of the season with Ministry of Sound and Pukka Up.
International DJs Micky Quinn and Andy Purnell will be taking to the decks for a night of Halloween celebrations you won’t forget!
This is an 18+ event.
The last remaining tickets are available when you switch to JT Pay as you go and top up just £5! Head in store to grab yours. Enjoy the island’s fastest network and the spookiest event of the year.
You can also sign up to our ticket waiting list below.
What time will the event be taking place?
Please head to The Slaughterhouse between 7.00pm and 10.00pm on Saturday 28th October. Entry after 10.00pm is not guaranteed. The event will finish at midnight.
What do I need to bring with me?
Please bring your ticket with you (either by printing it out or downloading it to the Eventbrite App) and photographic ID.
Are there any age restrictions?
You must be 18+ to attend Slaughter House. If required, you must be prepared to show photographic ID to prove your age. We reserve the right to check the IDs of anyone attending.
I wasn’t able to get tickets, is there another way to get some?
Slaughter House is now sold out. However, the last remaining tickets are available from JT when you switch to Pay as you go and top up just £5 – while stocks last. Head to their store in St Peter Port to get yours.
We also have a ticket waiting list. Scroll up to fill in the form and we’ll let you know if any become available.
Can I bring my own drink?
Bringing your own alcohol is strictly prohibited, there will be plenty to drink at The Slaughterhouse.
What is the dress code?
Fancy dress is encouraged, it’s Halloween after all! There will be prizes for the best (or worst) dressed so feel free to get creative.
Can I get a refund for my tickets?
Tickets are not refundable and cannot be resold.
*** RESPECT THE NEIGHBOURS ***
We are committed to promoting sensible and responsible drinking, and anyone not adhering to this will not be allowed into the venue or receive a refund. Please don’t try and bring any illegal substances. We ask that you be aware and considerate of neighbours when leaving the venue.