7 Things you can do this weekend: 28—29 October 2017

Have a Halloween-y weekend


By Rachel Au

7 Things you can do this weekend: 28—29 October 2017

1. Prom of Death at Skullduggery, 9pm-3am, 28 Oct

In the spirit of Halloween, Skullduggery is doing a bloody throwback with a prom night 1985-style and maybe some zombies. Either way, you’re encouraged to dress to impress cos like all prom nights, a Prom Queen (or King) needs to be crowned. 

Admission is free. For more info, visit their Facebook.


2. TREC Craft Army Artisan Market at TREC KL, 6pm-1am, 28 Oct

Even a Halloween spell has been casted on this market.

For more info, visit the event page.


3. Cross and Flow: Halloween Special at Hot Yo Studio, 6pm-8.30pm, 28 Oct

Dress in your scariest or neon best for this special workout mix of Glow Yoga and Capoeira (UV lights and glow sticks will be provided). After that, you’ll be rewarded with some healthy and delicious post-workout meals, as well as ash be nimble and honestbee vouchers. Did we mention that some of the proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to help the underprivileged children at SUKA Society? 

RM50 per person. Book through the Wanderclass app or visit here for more info.


4. The Marini’s on 57 Moto GP Party featuring David Morales at Marini’s on 57, starts at 9pm, 27 October

Grammy Award winner and house music legend David Morales will be dropping by Malaysia to turn up the heat and with a portfolio of remixes featuring artists such as Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson and Jamiroquai, you know you won’t want to miss it. 

RM150 nett for the cover charge which includes entry and a beverage. For more info, visit their Facebook.


5. 7 Levels of Hell at The China Bar, 10pm-4am, 28 Oct

Put on your best costume and prepare for the scariest night of the year. To spice things up, there’ll be challenges for you to try as well as great music and enticing cocktails. 

For more info, visit the event page.

6. Pop Tani: Herb Garden Workshop at Taman Bangsar, 10am-1pm, 28 Oct

Dish by Ili and Urban Farming and Permaculture consultant (aka “tree-whisperer”) Ashaari Rahmat have put together a workshop covering the fundamentals of building your own little herb garden. The workshop includes all the equipment, materials for the garden, welcome drinks and lunch. 

RM350 nett per person. For more info, visit the event page.


7. Be the Life of the After Party at Ploy @ Publika, 29-31 Oct

Ploy is serving up a three-course feast fit for a ghoul. Expect dishes such as eyeball pasta, finger foods and everything else that’ll satisfy your evil cravings. Go in your best costume and they’ll serve you a free Halloween drink for the effort. 

RM80++ per person. Best to make a reservation before you go. For more info, visit their Facebook.

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