Hammer House of Horror Live

Tuesday 3 – Tuesday 31 October | 20:00
Saturday 28 October | 19:30

Have you heard the voices in the walls?
Have you seen the shapes that move through the shadows?
Have you felt their hot breath on your neck?

Something ancient and evil has taken residence in Hoxton Hall in the heart of East London.

From 3 October until Halloween, you’re invited to pay it a visit.

With a small group of brave souls, you’ll immerse yourself in a dark, passionate world of terrifying possibilities. Move from the dusty vaults to the creaking rafters as the creatures of the night and their prey move around you. Taste impossible pleasures and enter into the beating heart of the Hammer House of Horror. Spectacular, sensuous and spine-tingling in equal measure, only the boldest will make it out alive.

Don’t Dare Go Alone.

18+ only

Important information about your visit:

Hammer House of Horror Live is an immersive promenade theatrical performance

There is no fixed seating, and the show will take place throughout the entirety of Hoxton Hall in London’s East End

Comfortable shoes are recommended

Doors open at 7.30pm – the show will commence at 8pm

The duration of the show is 2 hours in total

Please note – there are strictly no late admissions after 8pm

The building is largely accessible for audience members with mobility requirements and wheelchair users

A bar will be available throughout the show

Over 18’s only, the venue operates a challenge 25 policy

The ticket price includes a £1.50 ticket commission

Important information about purchasing a Premium Ticket:

What you get – 

1 x Ticket to Hammer House of Horror Live

2 x Small Plate Snacks (choose between  Cauliflower Bavarois & Parmesan Shortbread with Black Olive Tapenade, Salt Cod Beignets OR Pigs Head Kremeski)

1 x Corpse Reviver #2 Cocktail

10% of your ticket price goes to the make up partner Illamasqua’s charity S.O.P.H.I.E. which celebrates embracing difference. Check them out. 

Food and drink will be at Angela Hartnett’s Merchant’s Tavern (sited in a Victorian Warehouse and former apothecary)