Careena Melia and Ching-I Chang with audience members.
Careena Melia and Ching-I Chang with audience members.
(© Alick Crossley)

The McKittrick Hotel, home of the immersive Sleep No More, will celebrate Halloween with two nights of costume after-parties for the premiere of the Temple Picture Film The Curse of the Mummy on October 30-31. The film features Maximillian Martel and Violet DeWinter, who often frequent the hotel.

The McKittrick has conceived an original Halloween celebration, paying homage to classic Hollywood horror films. The evening will also feature an Egyptian-inspired dining experience by Chef R.L. King. The parties will commence immediately after performances of Sleep No More and will provide audiences with an opportunity to tour the hotel.

Sleep No More is an immersive take on Shakespeare's classic tragedy Macbeth. The creative team include Felix Barret (direction and design), Maxine Doyle (direction and choreography), Stephen Dobbie (sound design), Beatrice Minns (design associate), and Livi Vaughan (design associate).

Click here for more information and tickets.