DAY OF THE DEAD
Saturday 4th November 2017
This Hallowe'en, remember your ancestors at this exclusive party that sees Talliston transformed into a ravishingly crepuscular venue for Día de los Muertos.
Included in the price of every ticket is the cost of transforming your face into a work of skull art. We have employed two professional facepainters who are eager to turn you into a gorgeous night creature. Whatever you wear, be it Gothic or Ghetto, you're sure to look the part for this after-dark party.
Mexican food and drink
While every guest will be given a free drink token and have access to snacks and nibbles, our Cabin will be converted into a Cantina Cabina, where wine, spirits and great Mexican food can be purchased separately.
Day of the Dead decorations
In addition to the Talliston Night Bar, the rest of the house and gardens will receive a macabre makeover. The rooms will be hung with papel picada, decorated with sugar skulls and illuminated with lanterns, candles and votives. With a variety of locations to lurk in, it's a wonderful opportunity to see the house and gardens in a totally different light.
Grab your tickets for this one-night-only event!
Limited places. Booking essential.
Day of the Dead Guest Information
This is part of the annual Hallowe'en fundraising event for the house & gardens.
Ticket price includes: Day of the Dead face painting, buffet food & one free drink token per person.
Dress code is: the beautiful and the damned.
Tickets will be timed in half hour slots from 18:00. Details will be sent four weeks before the event.
Skull art facepainting is mandatory for every guest.
Mexican bar and cantina will be available for a selection of food & drinks.
No food, drink or large bags/cases may be brought into the house for this event.
For guests travelling from afar, we are partnered with Harwood Guesthouse, a short walk from Talliston.
For questions or more info, please call 07760 171100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
And if you cannot make this event...
The previous weekend, Sunday 28th October, our Invitation To View will include a special candlelit Hallowe'en tour where we'll reveal the dark stories behind the Talliston rooms and gardens.
What really did happen in that abandoned cabin in the woods?