Halloween at the New Hampton Potts Point

They’re creepy and they’re kooky,
Mysterious and spooky,
They’re altogether ooky,
New Hampton Family.

It was nightmare on Bayswater Road last night when our favourite imported holiday, Halloween, rolled into town for 2016. More and more venues are putting on fun nights each year, blasting out Michael Jackson’s Thriller and other spooky tracks that make you want to get your claws out and lurk in the shadows like a sleazy wolf. Sleazy is not a word I use a lot, but as always in Sydney somehow sleaze gets a leg-up every time there is an opportunity to dress up in costume. No one’s complaining…

“I was a little more conservative, I went as a Pirate. It’s an easy costume and simply involves a hat, and accent and the occasional wink, and perhaps a parrot.”

I went parrot-less as the New Hampton in Potts Point proved yet again that the lockout laws don’t stop great businesses from succeeding as they went to town decorating their venue in cobwebs, skulls and a liquid nitrogen “Death Punch” topped with ginger beer. I only had one I promise. A great night with great people.

It’s always often a lot of fun on Halloween getting to and from venues. Here are some snaps from our Halloween.

Did you celebrate Halloween? Leave a comment below about your Halloween experience. 

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The Death Punch is served…
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Don’t go to the bathroom alone on Halloween
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Someone call the doctor…
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The black rabbit…
mexican, donald trump, greece, zombie halloween sydney
Don’t tell Donald Trump, a Mexican has arrived in Sydney via Greece with the help of a local Zombie
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He’s back…
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My conservative Pirates costume…
noulene van heerden kings cross sydney zombie
Dressed to death…

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. That looks like so much fun! I follow your blog religiously. btw … where was my invite 😉

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  2. Mike Galvin says:

    Gabrielle, thank you very much! You’ve made my day. I hope you continue to enjoy my stories, I have some great ones coming up. Regards, Michael 🙂

    Like

  3. Anonymous says:

    Looks like a fantastic night!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Mike Galvin says:

    It sure was! The New Hampton is an awesome local, we are so lucky to have it.

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