Has it been a year already?

There’s a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT coming soon. Make sure you don’t miss it and keep up to date by setting World Zombie Day: London’s Facebook page to ‘like and see first’. It’s the best way to join us and start getting excited! It’s also a great place to find fellow ghastly ghouls, and share tips on remaining fresh but also terrifying.

Step-by-step instructions

1. Go to our Facebook page and be sure you’ve liked the page.

2. On mobile, click on “Following” and you receive three options. If you’d like to see every post from us, click “See First.” To manage your notifications, click on the “Get Notifications” and then click down to “Edit Notification Settings.” There you can select which notifications you’d like to receive on the page, including the all important “Events” notification.


3. On desktop, click on ‘Follow’. Under ‘In your news feed’, click ‘See first’ and be sure to switch on notifications.

4. You can also sign up to receive our emails here!


While we wait for the BIG ANNOUNCEMENT, let’s cast our minds back to last year. If you were still lurking in your grave back then (or worse, LIVING), this is a good way to find out what you’re in for.

We raised an amazing £2233 for St Mungo’s last year alone. This year we aim to really go BIG! We are encouraging everyone to start their own zombie fundraising page! You can encourage friends and family to donate their money next to your name, and whoever gets the most donations will be declared ZOMBIE OF THE DAY! (More on that soon)

Last year we saw so many glorious zombies with so much creativity – the bar has been raised for this year (along with the dead obviously).

If you want to see some of the transformations our zombies went through on the day (and steal some ideas) check out this wonderful post from The Guardian where photographer Alicia Canter went to meet some of the participants, including a group of students and a family from France, picturing them before and after they dressed up: World Zombie Day participants – undead and alive.

And if you’d like something with moving pictures:

Even the Daily Mail noted that we were ‘polite’ which is high praise indeed. Not bad for soulless ghouls!

At a mystery stop along the route, we had a soul-rising performance from the incredible “psycho-delic-anarchist-techno-velvet-stomp” of Anarchistwood, who played a special secret gig for us zombies! It was enough to… RAISE THE DEAD!

For a whole host of images and videos, visit our gallery. Be warned: you will be jealous and inspired.



Zombie Checklist 2016

Dearest amazing undead darlings,

The big day is practically knocking at the tomb door! As always,we have prepared a list of things you need to know before the zomazing day we are about to have. Read on, rotten ones!

Make sure you have registered so you are sent the map and any other information you might need. This is free and only takes a minute!

Print the map out and take it with you. Although there are stewards, they are few and the zombie horde is legion, so be a helpful zombie and be self-organised! You can also keep a bloodshot eyeball on twitter (@WZDlondon), where we’ll post updates when we’re heading off.

Don’t want the day to end? We have an exclusive “UNDEAD ONLY” bar at the Piccadilly Institute. This means you don’t have to shoulder your way through the masses of living Londoners for your next drink! So come along to dance like you’ve just been dug up at the World Zombie Night party, make sure you bring a photo ID (no photocopies). If you bought a ticket, your name will be on the door. If you didn’t grab a ticket yet, pre-sales end Friday at 5pm, grab your tickets now to make sure you get in! Failing that – there may be some on the door (cash only). The party runs from 6pm-3am, but be sure you get in the venue before 9.30pm, shamble there quickly!

They are few, but they are essential if we want to keep this event running year after year! Please make sure you read them here and stick to them. Don’t bring anything that resembles a weapon, don’t flyer, basically DON’T BE THAT ZOMBIE! If you see any behavior that concerns you, please speak to a steward. We’ve worked really hard to make sure this event is good zombie fun for everyone and has a good reputation so it can keep on going year after year.

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The gorgeous, amazing and humble WZD team

The zombie virus is bad enough without having to cope with post-WZD snuffles. Make sure your costume is warm enough, that you can keep protected from the rain (fingerbones crossed for a fine day!). We will be doing a lot of shambling, smart zombies wear comfy shoes…



Keep in touch with the horde by using the hashtag #WZD2016, Join us on Facebook here and follow us on Twitter @WZDlondon. For those who Snapchat, we’ve got a filter for you. At various stops throughout the walk you’ll find geofilters to use by swiping left after a snap has been taken (location services will need to be enabled for the feature to work). In the meantime follow us at wzdlondon. Those on Instagram, tag your photo with #WZD2016 and you might end up in our Gallery!



World Zombie Day is about having a fantastic day with the zombie horde, and also about raising money and awareness for St Mungos Broadway, the charity who do amazing work helping the homeless. If you’re coming along please donate by texting BRNZ81 £3 to 70070, or donate on our JustGiving page.


Anarchistwood & World Zombie Night: Zombies like to party!

After a long day of shuffling, moaning for BRAAAINNNSSS and fundraising for a worthy cause, the WZD team like to let what is left of their rotten hair down and party with the wonderful zombie horde. This year we are throwing a zomtastic after party – World Zombie NIGHT!

In previous years we have partied at the Phoenix Club, the Intrepid Fox (RIP), the 12 Bar (RIP) and 100 Club. Sadly some of those fabulous venues are no longer around (London’s Nightlife – soon to be a zombie too?!). BUT never fear Zombie chums! Our wonderful sponsors for this year’s event – Jagermeister (dark and mysterious, the perfect zombie tipple!)  – have sorted us right out with an undead party pad to end them all!

From 6pm, we will head to the iconic Piccadilly Institute, right next to Piccadilly Circus with views over the famous Cupid Statue. Head to the creepy Clinic Room and just see what Jagermeister have in store for you – themed decorations, zombie cocktails, gut-filling food (maybe i-scream?), DJs to keep you undead till dawn (well, 3am) and even a decontamination tent with a photo booth to capture your zombie portrait. What’s more, you won’t have to queue for eternity at the bar, it is for the undead only!

The Clinic Room at Piccadilly Institute

The Clinic Room at Piccadilly Institute

Tickets for the after party are a STEAL at only £5, and all profits go straight to St Mungos. You can buy them here, but grab them quicker than Daryl Dixon on a motorbike, there are a limited number available! Bring all your guy friends and ghoul friends along! The party runs from 6pm-3am, but please make sure you are in by 9.30pm as after this point there is no admittance to the undead. The venue is strictly over 18’s only and valid photo ID must be provided to gain entry (no photocopies).

If you can’t make it along to the after party (booo!) don’t worry, we have a treat for you too! At a mystery stop along the route, look out for the incredible “psycho-delic-anarchist-techno-velvet-stomp” of Anarchistwood, who will be playing a special secret gig for us zombies!


Zomspiration time

Every year we are amazed at the incredible costumes and makeup that people come up with for World Zombie Day London! From the gory to adorable, there really is a zombie look for everyone.

Check out Time Out’s gallery from last year here:

In pictures: the most outrageous costumes from World Zombie Day

You could be a Zom-bee or a Zombicorn! Photo credit: Richard Young

You could be a Zom-bee or a Zombicorn! Photo credit: Richard Young

Zombie styles have changed over the years on the big screen, so there are plenty of looks to choose from. Check out this video! Will you be a shuffling Living Dead zombie, or a virus turned Rage victim?

For more inspiration, check out Pinterest, and YouTube has some great tutorial about simple make-up effects. Have fun practicing! We can’t wait to see what ghoulish glamour you are going to bring on the day!There are some things to bear in mind when planning your zombie character. First of all, it is October and we all know what the British weather is like, make sure you are going to be warm enough and dry enough to last the day. Also, you’ll be doing a bit of walking, so comfy footwear is a must. And, if you plan on visiting any pubs for a quick brain juice on route, make sure you steer clear of really sticky fake blood that could leave a mess. Dried is fine! Dusty escaped-from the-grace zombies don’t even need blood!

Stay tuned to this blog in the next few days, we’ll be posting some juicy details about our fabulous World Zombie Night after party, held at the Piccadilly Institute and sponsored by Jagermeister.

Tickets are ONLY £5 and profits go straight to St Mungos. You can snap one up here, grab em like they are juicy brains!

Coming soon! World Zombie Day London 2016

It is the time of year when the dark winter nights start drawing in and we reach for our wooly jumpers. But MOST IMPORTANTLY our undead friends begin clawing their way out of their graves to take part in the beloved annual zombie crawl through the streets of this great city!

So, if you have never been before (where have you been? This is the 9th one!) this post will tell you a few of the whats, whys, whens and wherefores of weird and wonderful World Zombie Day London.

Photo credit: www.charterphotography.co.uk

Photo credit: www.charterphotography.co.uk

What is it?

In a nutshell, we get dressed up in our zombie finest, gather at a spot somewhere in central London and then proceed to shamble our way through the streets on a set route, stopping at points along the way. Then, if you wish, you can come along to the after party for a brain juice or two. But of course, there is much more to it than that!


The main reason of course is FUN! WZD fans come back year after year to catch up and have a great day out. We now have new generations of mini zombies, so cute! But there is a serious side. We use the day to raise money and awareness for a great charity – St Mungos, who are working towards ending homeless and rebuilding lives. You can show your support by donating straight to our JustGiving page, buying a ticket for the end event, or why not set up your own fundraising page and become part of Team Zombie, just like Sarah and friends have done here!


The event takes place in cities all over the world on the same day, it started in 2009 at the Monroeville Mall in Pitsburgh, the site where Romero’s Dawn of the Dead was filmed. It usually takes place early October, this year it falls on Saturday 8th October.

I’m IN! What do I do?

Welcome on board, zombie chums! You will find we are a very friendly and welcoming horde! The first thing you should do is register for the walk here. That way, we can email you the start point and map a few days before the event. You can buy tickets for the ZOMAZING evening event – World Zombie Night – while you are there.

Then, if you haven’t already, you can join our Facebook community and click attending on the event. Chat with fellow undead shufflers, get costume and makeup tips and get excited!

Don’t forget, this is run by volunteers for charity, so please donate or fundraise if you can. Have fun AND do good!

Finally, read the survival rules here, and look out for our email a few days before with the last minute info you need.

Keep an eye on the website here over the next few weeks for some juicy brain bits about what awesomeness we have lined up for you on the day, including a shiny new route, pop-up bands, and details about our after party, sponsored by the wickedly wonderful folk over at Jagermeister.


Map and Pre-WZD Zombie Checklist! Read this before you go!

Team WZD are really looking forward to seeing you all for our annual shuffle and shamble though the streets of London, but to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible we’ve put together this checklist of need-to-know stuff. We are aware your brains might be slightly festering, but please do read this carefully before coming along on Saturday and joining the horde.


1) DO YOU HAVE THE MAP? Print the map out and take it with you. We poor overworked organisers will be very busy on the day do not want to be bugged about where the next stop is. We want to be bugged by people hugging us and buying us pints of brainjuice. So please, for goodness sake, bring the map!

Download the map

Go to the Google map

12PM – 1PM
Starting point – Leake Street

1:30PM – 2:15PM
Second Stop – Victoria Embankment Gardens

2:45PM – 3:45PM
Third Stop – Leicester Square

4:30PM – 5:15PM
Fourth stop – Golden Square

5:45PM – 6:30PM
Fifth stop – Soho Square
Everybody out of the Square by 6:30pm so they can close it up.

Tube to Holloway Road (Piccadilly line) from Leicester Square
7PM – 4AM
After life party – 12 Bar
(203 Holloway Rd, London N7 8DL)

2) DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOU’RE GOING? It’s a little tricky to find. SO – here are some top tips of how to get there: We will meet in LEAKE STREET, next to Waterloo Station. The easiest way to find it is to go to platform 1 in the National Rail station and take the adjacent exit. Turn right and walk until you see the stairs leading down into the tunnel and head down. You can also get there via Lower Marsh Road or York Road.

3) DO YOU HAVE YOUR AFTER PARTY TICKETS? If you want to come along to our zomazing After-Life Party with Vince Ripper and the Rodent Show and DJs to keep you dancing all night with the dead, it is a good idea to buy your tickets online as soon as you can if you haven’t already – numbers are limited and it is likely to sell out! You can buy them here.

4) ARE YOU PLANNING ON VISITING PUBS? If you are planning on popping into any pubs make sure you BRING ID with you. If you’re refused entry, remember your zombie face might not match your ID face and respect the door staff’s wishes. Hey, take it as a compliment, it means your makeup is amazing! Another note – smart zombies drink sensibly. It’s a long day and we’d like you there at the end of it, not passed out and missing the party!

5) ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE ENGLISH WEATHER? Post-WZD sniffles are a thing. Please try to avoid them by incorporating something warm/waterproof into your costume for the bits of the walk which aren’t undercover. And remember we are going to be walking most of the day, comfy shoes are recommended…

6) DO YOU KNOW THE ZOMBIE CODE OF CONDUCT? We’ve worked really hard to make sure this event is good zombie fun for everyone and has a good reputation so it can keep on going year after year. So please read the (very few, very sensible) rules here and stick to them on the day.

7) HAVE YOU DONATED TO CHARITY? World Zombie Day is about having a fantastic day with the zombie horde, and also about raising money and awareness for St Mungos Broadway, the charity who do amazing work helping the homeless. If you’re coming along please donatewhatever you can by texting BRNZ88 £4 (or another amount up to £10) to 70070.

8) ARE YOU READY FOR A BRILLIANT DAY? If you’ve ready this far then the answer should be YES! We can’t wait to see all your rotting, scary, fabulous faces once again for the best day of the year! Keep in touch with us on Facebook here and Twitter here, we want to see all your lovely photos and keep the zombie feels going right through till Halloween… please use the hashtag #WZD2015.


Buy after party tix to win Apocalypse Events Tickets

Our generous sponsors Apocalypse Events have a treat in store for you. Apocalypse Events offer a range of immersive scare experiences across London providing unique, realistic, and creative frights and scary delights.

Anyone who buys within the next 24 hours (or who has bought tickets) to the after-life party  (with or without t-shirt)will be entered into the draw to win either:

2 Tickets to Zombie SWAT Training (Total Value £230)


2 Tickets to Trapped in a room with a zombie (total value £60)

Before we tell you more about these killer events, let’s remind you of all what fun the after-life party will be!

At the new 12 Bar (203 Holloway Rd, London N7 8DL) – if you haven’t seen this venue since it moved you’ll be in for a treat. There’s plenty of room to dance and shamble the night away or to hide away in a corner if you prefer.

They’ve put together a very special menu for the night. And the food is damn good too! Lot’s of veggie options for those non-flesh eaters.

Preview the menu:

Classic Burger – The Night of the Dead £5.50
Like George A Romero’s iconic movie, this one is a classic

Mushroom cheese Burger (V) – The Survivor £5.50
For the Zombie with a particular diet, a tasty Mushroom Cheese Burger, hold the flesh

Bacon & Cheese Burger – The Apocalypse £6.00
A Hoard travels on its stomach and this tasty flesh combo is just what you need to keep going…

Click the link for more….

We’ve got lined up for you a special performance bythe one and only Vince Ripper and The Rodent Show and DJs til the wee hours (4 AM)!

Tickets are only £5

DJ’s will be DJ Joyzi (Breed 77/12 Bar Club) playing rock & metal, and Adam Lightspeed (Sin City/Star Scream) playing horror-movie rock.

Vince Ripper and The Rodent Show is a  BONEYARD SPOOK A-RAMA 3D ZOMBIE BAND FOR THE DEAD!!!!!!!  The show also includes sonic performances of classic Cramps and Alien Sex Fiend tracks.



Now for what you could win!

In 2015 Apocalypse Events launched the UK franchise of the worldwide live escape game – TRAPPED IN A ROOM WITH A ZOMBIE.

How to Survive…

  1. Follow the clues
  2. Solve the puzzles
  3. Find the keys
  4. Escape the room
  5. Don’t get eaten!

Trapped in a room with a zombie brings to life the mental challenges and adventure of online Escape Games, the pressure of Crystal Maze and the sleuthing of Sherlock Holmes to create pulse pounding team building activity that will have your mind racing and adrenaline flowing Are you ready to be locked in a room with up to 11 other people and a terrifying and hungry Zombie chained to the wall!



Every 5 minutes the chain 1 foot longer and the zombie gets a little bit more dangerous. You have 1 hour to to solve the clues in time to unlock the door and escape before something hideous happens to your BRAINS…

White Chapel, East London £30 per person


Zombie SWAT Training

Looking for a dead good day out? Welcome to Zombie SWAT Training, the ultimate zombie survival experience.

You have been chosen as one of the select few deemed worthy to undergo intense zombie survival training from our undead response unit to protect what remains of London. Only the strong will survive.

Not only will you get to handle at least 3 different types of weaponry, complete terrifying pitch black missions, and discover secrets of the Bunker, you will also be taught life-saving techniques in how to immobilise and destroy the zombie hoard.

Step inside the battle zone; face your biggest fears and fight to save the world from imminent disaster.

Hidden in North Greenwich the decommissioned nuclear Shelter Bunker 51, has been a secret research facility for zombie observation.
With rumours circulating of zombie attacks in London, Bunker 51 is ready to train recruits in the essentials of zombie survival.

Be prepared for London’s scariest and most realistic zombie experience.

You must be physically fit, emotionally sound and ready to blow some zombie brains out!

So thanks again to our Sponsor – some of you lucky zombies will have a wicked time with them.


World Zombie Day? Tell me more!

We know you must have tons of questions! World Zombie Day: London is less than two weeks away and there’s so much to think about. Most importantly….what are you going to wear!

WZD photo by Alex Lane


Hopefully, we can answer most of your questions right now, but if you can’t find the answer please post them on the event page – either one of the WZD team should get back to you or the host of friendly zombies will chip in and give you some advice.

Q) How do I know where to go?

A) Now to get started, the most important thing to do is register. Once you do this you will be on the list to receive the map which tells you exactly where to be and what time. This is emailed out only a few days before the event, so hold tight – it will arrive. Every once in a while these emails end up in the dreaded spam box, so if you’re worried you haven’t received your info, do check there.

Q) What time does it start? It’s on Saturday, right?

A) It’s is on Saturday (10th of October) and we will gather at 12pm. We had a brainless moment on our Facebook page and the date got changed briefly to our unawares, but rest (in pieces) assured, the page now has accurate info.

Q) What will happen during the day?

A) World Zombie Day: London takes the form of a zombie walk through central London. The zombie horde will gather at a set time and place then make their way around a pre-arranged route, stopping at set points. Besides showing off our zombie mugs to the civilians in Central London, we really hope you’ll join us in fulfilling the aim of raising money for St. Mungos’ Broadway. All the money we raise for St Mungo’s will help people recover from the issues that create homelessness.

You can donate by texting BRNZ88 £3 (or £5 if you like) to 70070 or through the Just Giving website


St. Mungo’s Broadway provides a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and work to prevent homelessness, helping about 25,000 people a year.

We’ve also lined up some special treats for you along the walk. Look out for special performances throughout the day by The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing, Anarchistwood, The Creeping Terrors and more!

Q) What will happen during the night?

A) When the night falls, join us for the after-life party at the new 12 Bar (203 Holloway Rd, London N7 8DL). There’s plenty of room to dance and shamble the night away. We’ve got lined up for you a special performance by Vince Ripper and The Rodent Show and DJs til the wee hours (4 AM)! Tickets are only £5 .

DJ’s will be DJ Joyzi (Breed 77/12 Bar Club) playing rock & metal, and Adam Lightspeed (Sin City/Star Scream) playing horror-movie rock.

Vince Ripper and The Rodent Show is a  BONEYARD SPOOK A-RAMA 3D ZOMBIE BAND FOR THE DEAD!!!!!!!  The show also includes sonic performances of classic Cramps and Alien Sex Fiend tracks.

Q) Are kids allowed?

A) Yes! Under 18’s must have adult supervision, but we welcome zombies of all ages and zom-dogs too (as long as you clean up after them if they have a zom-accident. The after party is in a drinking establishment – after 9pm it will be 18 and up only. Keep in mind you might be asked for a picture ID at the pubs and your zombie face might not match your picture ID. If you are refused entry, please understand the doorman is only doing his job.

STRICTLY NO ILLEGAL DRUGS are permitted for any age and no alcohol for under 18’s. Police will be called if this rule is broken.

Q) How long is the walk?

A) The crawl lasts from 12pm till 6:30pm, each stop is an approximately 30 minute walk at a shambling slow pace. The total distance is roughly 1.5 miles.

Q) I’m with the press and/or want to photograph, video, blog the event. How do I get more info?

A) Your best bet is to register and get the map. This will give you all the info of times and locations – and then just show up! We do ask that anyone posting photos, videos, or blog posts mention the charity. We volunteer our time to provide this event for all to enjoy and hope that anyone who partakes will be gracious and considerate by offering World Zombie Day: London the right to use the photos – we always try to credit the photographer. Please also respect a zombie’s desire if they do not wish to be photographed, and do not obstruct anyone’s path intentionally. Please do not profit from the event. That’s not a cool move.

Q) Should I be “in character”?
A) Yes! A horde of moaning, limping zombies is what we all want to see. There are some things to keep in mind though…..This event has historically been one that gathers the beautiful and the morbid into one giant rotting celebration in aid of the charity St. Mungo’s Broadway. Our codes of conduct have been in place for many years and have been put there by us to look out for everyone’s safety. You have been an extraordinarily respectful and considerate undead bunch. We know that there will be frivolity, and that is absolutely encouraged, and it is encouraged for all ages (if supervised).

Some tips:

Keep safe zombies, remember to stop for traffic and keep out of the roads! When crossing, it’s OK to “break character” and cross quickly. Think fast “New Dawn of the Dead” zombies verses the slower “Old Dawn of the Dead” zombies when crossing the street. Blocking traffic is a crime and anyone doing so could be arrested.

And put on a good show! Stay in character but don’t get carried away. You are responsible for your own safety and good conduct. Use the “haunted house” rule in that you are not to touch anyone.Do not attempt to scare anyone who is not a willing participant. If anyone is freaking out, turn and shamble in the opposite direction. Avoid confrontations!

Q) Will it be messy?

A) Fake blood does have a habit of getting everywhere but please keep in mind that this is a “leave no trace” event. No littering, no flyering, destruction of property, or any other illegal activity. This includes smearing fake blood, banging on windows, etc. The organisers will not be held responsible for any damaged property. Pretend the location of the walk is your own neighbourhood and show the utmost respect. This event is a tradition, so we don’t want to ruin it. Remember, the press will be watching (along with the police) and this event could get world-wide news coverage. Let’s put on a good show. 

Q) What should I wear?

A)  Anything can be zombified and it doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. As you’ll be on your feet and outdoors for most of the day, take this into consideration. There are many “no blood/no latex” makeup tutorials to be found online. If you do want fake blood, here’s a great tutorial on How to make authentic horror movie blood by Mark Gatiss. If you do incorporate fake blood be extra aware not to get it everywhere.  Bloody bathrooms, stained upholstery, and the marking of any walls (indoor or out) is a serious zombie taboo.
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Bring extra makeup if you like. It’s always fun to zombify randoms who stumble upon the horde. And be creative! A few more  makeup tips provided by one walker Aga Jackman last year: “Make sure it doesn’t run… use silicone based fake blood, if it’s going to be raining on the day! Before you apply your prosthetics make sure your face is cleaned with alcohol based solution, so no grease! SFX wax does not hold well for long periods of time… use sculpt gel instead.”

Q) Can I bring a fake gun – or anything else that looks like a weapon?

A) Use your best judgement when it comes to planning your outfit. Please do not bring weapons (fake, fantasy, and definitely not real). Your safety is important to us, so let’s try to avoid any scenarios that could result in the police thinking you are a threat to the public or yourself. We have spoken to many police officers over the years about this subject and they have all raised concerns about fake weapons, even brightly coloured toy weapons. The concern is that someone may mistake these items for real weapons and an armed response unit could be called. I know that this does not seem likely in a well-lit environment, but when it gets dark this could be a serious problem, especially with the fake blood.

Looking forward to seeing your decaying faces and keeping this event going, without incident, year upon year! Any other question, ask us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for more updates on the day and use #WZD2015 so we can find you if you post about us. And remember to donate! Texting BRNZ88 £3 to 70070.

2014 Route and Map, do your zombie homework!

Hello the Horde!

How are you all doing? I hope you’re all raring to go? What do we want? BRAINSSSSSS! When do we want it? BRAIIINNNSSS!

Just in case you missed it at the bottom of the info email, here is the map of tomorrow’s route.


Download it here. You can also go get a google maps version here.

Here are the timings for you if you’re not planning on joining us for the whole day:

13.00 – 14.00 – Leake Street (Starting point)

14.30 – 15.30 – Under the arches at Craven Street/Villers Street

16.00 – 17.00 – Leicester Square

17.30 – 18.30 – Picadilly Circus

19.00 – 20.00 – Great Castle Street

20.00 onwards – doors open for the After Life party at 100 Club, Oxford Street (available here till midnight tonight, then on the door first-come first-served, numbers are limited so we advise you to buy them now!)

It is YOUR DAY so please make your own plans, we will be walking a set route and stopping at the above places but during that time you are free to make your own way, go off and meet zombuddies and get food and drinks! And as always, please be careful in areas with busy traffic. Nobody likes a squished zombie.

Also, in case you missed it, here is Megan from Team WZD London on the BBC World News! Thanks to the zombie ladies who volunteered to come and raid the studio!

Please remember to check the Zombie Code of Conduct and stick to it, and if you haven’t already donate to St Mungo’s Broadway here.

We can’t wait to see you! x x