Thousands of costumed youngsters hit the town last night for a night of boozy celebration as Halloween festivities continued across the UK.
Partygoers in Portsmouth took to the streets in a huge range of weird and wonderful costumes on Saturday, from cowboys and cheerleaders to pirates and dragons.
Some took the spooky brief a little more seriously, dressing as Ghostbusters, blood-covered Little Red Riding Hoods and zombie brides and grooms.
Nottingham and Leeds were also packed with people dressed in a range of scary and not-so-scary costumes as clubbers enjoyed Saturday night celebrations in the city ahead of Halloween on Monday.
Thousands of partygoers also took to the streets of Newcastle, where friends dressed in a wonderful array of group costumes – from Scoobydoo characters to a posse of eight giant traffic cones.
Revellers were able to leave their jackets at home as they enjoyed the unseasonably warm weather, although some had to dodge occasional heavy showers which are set to continue for the rest of the Halloween weekend.
Many clubbers were also able to enjoy an extra-long night of celebration as some nightclubs stayed open an hour later due to the clocks going back at 2am this morning.
Police were out in force to keep the peace, in one of the busiest weekends for many forces around the country.
Most cities up and down the country remained calm, although scenes became increasingly more chaotic as the night wore on as revellers joined in the fun.
Thousands of people hit the bars and clubs in Portsmouth last night for a night of costumed celebration ahead of Halloween on Monday
A group of women wearing creepy fake contact lenses enjoy a night out in Newcastle, as thousands of revellers took to the streets for a night of partying
A group of friends in Nottingham donned black tops, black boots and pink cowboy hats as they took to the town last night
Some revellers took the Halloween brief a little more seriously, donning creepy skeleton make-up as they enjoyed a night out in Leeds
A group of women dressed in fluffy cowboy hats were amongst the thousands of people to hit the bars and clubs in Portsmouth last night
Two ladies dressed as Playboy bunnies and another wearing a police hat and badge stand outside the the Astoria nightclub in Portsmouth, where 2,000 people packed-in for the Halloween party
A group of eight friends wearing giant orange traffic cone costumes seemed to be having a great night in Newcastle
Two women in police costumes, complete with handcuffs and holsters, walked down the street in Nottingham last night
A woman in a Harlequin cheerleader costume enjoys the unseasonably warm weather in Portsmouth as Halloween celebrations continued for another night in the city
Two women pose in their witch and devil costumes as they partied in Newcastle last night ahead of Halloween on Monday
A group of friends in Leeds embraced the scary costumes as they covered themselves in fake blood, dressing up as what appeared to be Little Red Riding Hood, a zombie Prom Queen, Dracula and a convict
A group of friends in Newcastle dressed as Scoobydoo characters appear to have been joined by a man wearing an Ali G costume
Two women dressed as a devil and a cat appear to be enjoying a night of partying in Leeds, as revellers got to spend an extra hour on the town due to the clocks going back
The winner for the scariest costume has to be this man in Leeds who donned a headband to make it look like he was being stabbed through the head with a knife and splattered himself with fake blood
Revellers in Newcastle donned a range of weird and wonderful costumes, with one man wearing a giant shark outfit
Most cities up and down the country remained calm, although scenes became increasingly more chaotic as the night wore on in a number of places as revellers joined in the fun