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Friday, October 19, 2018 - 11:15

Little Monsters’ Ball returns to the Eden Project on Saturday, October 27, with two spine-tingling discos, star presenters and a host of mythical creatures.

The children’s Halloween party spectacular will see all little monsters and their families dressing up in their most fiendish costumes and enjoying an evening of fang-tastic fun.

Back by popular demand this year are children’s festival organisers Rave-a-Roo - part of London’s iconic Ministry of Sound club – who will present a family club night across Eden.

Signature hosts Jungle Jane and MC Porridge will play well-known rave tracks and chart-toppers for all ages while DJ Spookmonster Mash will spin spooky tunes in the Mediterranean Biome accompanied by a duo of creepy dancers.

In the Orchard the Pixel Whip unicorns will create sparkling light displays with their mesmerising movements at 6.45pm, 7.30pm and 8.15pm.

Visitors will get a chance to come to face-to-face with Sapphire the winged dragon who will be wowing everyone with her loud roar.

There will also be some nocturnal creatures to meet such as Swoops the Turkmenian eagle owl and Willow the barn owl.

In the Rainforest Biome Eden storytellers will be sharing the spine-chilling yarn  ‘A Monster’s Tail’  at 7pm and 8pm.

The ice rink will be open throughout the evening and there will be some ghoulish foodie treats across site.

A team of professional face painters from Lucid Arts will be on hand to paint revellers’ faces with scary designs.

Kate Francis, Eden’s Programme Producer, said: “This year’s Little Monsters’ Ball is going to be our biggest ever with two dancefloors, the return of Rave-a-Roo and some mythical creatures joining in the fun.

“It’s going to be a great night for all ages from toddlers to grandparents – don’t miss our Halloween party spectacular!”
The Little Monsters’ Ball takes place on Saturday, October 27 from 6pm to 9pm.

The event costs £8 per person with an additional charge for ice skating and face painting. Bookings are recommended.

A general Eden admission ticket is not needed to attend – just a Little Monsters' Ball ticket. Visitors are welcome to arrive at Eden from 5pm, as long as they have a Little Monsters’ Ball ticket.

Last admission to the ball is at 7.30pm.

For more information on the Little Monsters’ Ball go to: https://www.edenproject.com/visit/whats-on/halloween-disco-little-monste...

The Little Monsters’ Ball is part of Halloweden which takes place at Eden across a fortnight this year from October 20 to November 4.