If you fancy getting the night off to a classy start, consider getting a Supper Club ticket: diners will enjoy an exclusive four-course feast with the finest of Mexican flavours concocted by Masterchef winner Thomasina Miers and guest chef Santiago Lastra.
It’s not just about the food and drink (although it’s bound to play a pretty big part, with stalls from Patty & Bun, Bob’s Lobster and Anna Mae’s Mac and Cheese all featuring alongside Mexican classics): the event, running over three consecutive nights, is also showcasing Mexican music, theatre, and art.
The Día de los Muertos procession will begin on Leake Street, where theatre group Shotgun Carousel will lead ticket holders to The Vaults tunnels, where the party really kicks off.
A mixture of UK-based and Mexican electro acts will ensure that your feet are moving for the whole night, whilst Los Indios, Orkesta Mendoza, and Family Atlantica will headline the Wahaca live music stage.
And if all that tequila gets your creative juices flowing, why not try your hand at some life drawing or, if a hands-off approach is more your thing, check out Jess Kohl's photography exhibition?
Elsewhere, a lucha libre spectacle, Mexico’s answer to professional wrestling, promises equal measures of terror and thrill.
Tickets are selling fast – so vamos!
|What||Wahaca's Day of the Dead Fiesta, The Vaults|
|Where||The Vaults, Leake St , London , SE1 8SW | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Waterloo (underground)|
03 Nov 16 – 05 Nov 16, 6:00 PM – 2:00 AM
|Price||£25 + fee|
|Website||Click here to book via Wahaca|