Sheffield nightclub turned ‘upside down’ for Stranger Things Halloween party  

A Sheffield nightclub is getting to the spirit of Halloween – by hosting an event inspired by hit Netflix TV show Stranger Things.  

The sci-fi drama follows a group of teenagers in a fictional American town during the 1980s as they investigate reports that scientists have created an alternative dimension called ‘The Upside Down’ full of monsters and demons.

Cafe Totem.

Cafe Totem.

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Cafe Totem, based in Furnival Gate, is now paying homage to the show by hosting a Stranger Things night on Halloween, Wednesday, October 31, from 8pm onwards. 

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The club posted on their Facebook page: “For one night only, Sheffield’s newest indie hub is being turned upside down into a Stranger Things-themed house party.

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“With plenty of red cups, games of beer pong, you’ll feel like you’re at Steve’s house party. Best thing about it? It’s free entry.”