Halloween just wouldn’t be the same for the Official London Theatre team without an injection of Thriller Live’s iconic zombie fun, so we were suitably spooked, chilled and thrilled to recieve these terrifying(ly cute) photos of the hit show getting in the mood for the spookiest day of the year with 20 lucky young fans.
Organised by children’s charity Variety, the group of children from Kentish Town Primary School were treated to an afternoon of ghoulish face painting and dastardly dance fun with the hit show, culminating in a performance on the Lyric Theatre’s stage and the chance to meet one of the hit Michael Jackson-tribute show’s stars David Jordan.
Clearly wowed by the youngsters’ ghostly transformation and zombietastic moves, Jordan commented: “The Thriller dance was groundbreaking and everyone has, at some point, tried to impersonate the Michael Jackson moves. It’s been fantastic to be able to share our skills with the children and give them the opportunity to experience the magic of transformation on Halloween.”
Take a look at Irina Chira’s photographs from the hauntingly fun afternoon in our gallery above.