MPavilion x Christopher Boots Halloween Ball
A bioluminescence-themed Halloween party within the Queen Vic Gardens' pop-up structure.
MPavilion, Queen Victoria Gardens' pop-up building designed by Barcelona architect Carme Pinós, is hosting one of the year's largest collections of free events — 400 of 'em, to be exact.
As well as architecture, events and a community space, MPavilion is also holding the Christopher Boots Halloween Ball VII. A free event, the theme this year is "bioluminescence" — aka, the production and emission of light by living organisms. Think glow-worms and weird sea creatures.
The more creative your costume, the better, so best invest in some glow-in-the-dark paint. There'll also be live performers and DJs, and food and drink by the MPavilion kiosk, so you won't be going hungry or thirsty. Let the lights guide you to this (free) ball — but don't forget to register for a (free) ticket.
Image: John Gollings