For one night only Red Door Manchester will transform into a spooky Haunted Horror House for a spectacular Halloween celebration on Saturday 29th October. This is the one night of the year when Red Door guests are encouraged to wear fancy dress, the scarier and more imaginative the better.
Red Door will be open from 5pm – 3am for the supernatural extravaganza and there will be a resident DJ from 10pm onwards, to get the party started with an eclectic selection of tunes.

Images attached of a Vampire Kiss Cocktail (Blue Curacao, Raspberry Vodka, Strawberry syrup, Apple Juice, Raspberries & Lime Juice) and The Walking Dead Cocktail (Midori, Vanilla Vodka, Apple Juice, Passionfruit Syrup, Lemon Juice)

Images attached of a Vampire Kiss Cocktail (Blue Curacao, Raspberry Vodka, Strawberry syrup, Apple Juice, Raspberries & Lime Juice) and The Walking Dead Cocktail (Midori, Vanilla Vodka, Apple Juice, Passionfruit Syrup, Lemon Juice)

There will also be an exclusive choice of bespoke Halloween cocktails available on the night, alongside the usual array of Red Door drinks.  Vampire Kiss (£7.00) a delicious mix of Blue Curaçao, Raspberry Vodka, Strawberry Syrup, Apple Juice, Raspberries and Lime Juice served in a martini glass and The Walking Dead (£7.50) an irresistible blend of Midori, Vanilla Vodka, Apple Juice, Passionfruit Syrup and Lemon Juice are sure to prove popular.

 

There will be a ghostly atmosphere during the evening and Red Door will be decorated in an appropriately sinister style.  This is a chance to celebrate Halloween with unforgettable fun, as the sophisticated Deansgate bar, turns into a Haunted Horror House for the night.  With music, drinks and haunting vibes until the early hours this is certain to be one of the hottest Halloween celebrations in the city.  Red Door, 78 Deansgate, Manchester M3 2FW  www.reddoor.uk.com

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