1. Various of actors dressed up as zombies in the Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of the War of the Worlds
2. Pan from Union Jack to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson impersonator
3. Various of Boris Johnson impersonator
4. Close up of EU flags
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Will Barton, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson impersonator :
"You know, they said that we wouldn't win the referendum, they were wrong. They said that we wouldn't get our deal through Parliament, they were wrong. They said that I wouldn't get Brexit over the line tonight on October 31st, they were...they were right. Well they weren't wrong, they weren't wrong but we will get there."
6. People attending the Brexit Halloween party
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Dominic Wong; Creative Director of Dot Dot Dot, the company behind Jeff Wayne's Musical version of the War of the Worlds:
"Jeff Wayne's the War of the Worlds Experience is about a Martian invasion and when we came up with an idea for an end of the world Halloween/Brexit party to celebrate all things end of the world really. We didn't quite know what was going to happen after Brexit and after Halloween. And within our experience using virtual and augmented reality and live actors and the such, we thought it would be a very funny tongue-in-cheek way to experience Brexit and the End of the World with a celebration of all things apocalyptic."
8. People attending the party
9. Close of a carved pumpkin
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Geraldine Trouve; partygoer, from France but lives in London:
"I'm very happy. I don't have apply to travel to my country and wonder about all the paperwork I have to bring with me. I always said that I'm not sure that Britain is going to leave the EU for sure on the 31st. We're still drinking French wine. So, it's a positive thing. I'm hoping...we've always (been) hoping that, you know, the Brits are going to stay in Europe so remain hopeful."
11. Various of zombie actors
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Megan Stewart, partygoer:
"We are all relieved and we all want to have a party basically. So we are here to celebrate not just Halloween and to celebrate the fact that it is not the end of the world yet. We are still safe for now and having a good time tonight and having a couple of drinks."
13. Barman preparing a cocktail
14. Pan from a carved pumpkin with a Union Jack to the cocktail
Londoners celebrated Halloween in an immersive experience on Thursday, on the day that UK was supposed to leave the European Union.
As the original Brexit deadline set on Halloween, there was a good excuse to host some bizarre parties and ridicule the UK's politicians.
Although there had been a further extension to Brexit, a theatre company found a creative way for this special Halloween celebration.
The Dot Dot Dot theatre company created a reproduction of Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds, a story about a Martian attack in a crumbling Victorian society, leading to an apocalyptic world.
Adding to the Brexit theme, a UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson impersonator made a guest appearance.
Dominic Wong, creative director of the company behind the end-of the world themed party, said "we thought it would be a very funny tongue-and-cheek to experience Brexit and the end of the world with a celebration of all things apocalyptic".
Many at the party were celebrating the fact that the deadline had passed and the UK was still in the EU - for now.
"I'm very happy. I don't have apply to travel to my country and wonder about all the paperwork I have to bring with me", said Geraldine Trouve, a French national who lives in London.
She added that she remained hopeful that the UK would remain in the European bloc.
Megan Stewart, from Scotland, said she felt relieved.
"We want to have a party basically to celebrate Halloween and to celebrate the fact that it is not the end of the world, we are still safe for now", she added.