The National AIDS Trust (NAT) has announced details of this month’s special Halloween Wig Party in support of the charity.

The event is being held at the Café de Paris nightclub near London’s Leicester Square from 7pm until 1am on Sunday 27 October.

The Wig Party has launched a celebrity guess-who competition – challenging people to identify a host of celebrities hidden behind spooky Day of the Dead masks, helped out by a clue of their secret indulgence.

All those who guess correctly will be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Wig Party’s decedent Day of the Dead Halloween Masked Ball in aid of NAT.

Money raised will support NAT’s work. The charity has launched a new online resource to empower people living with HIV to get the most from their health and social care services.

NAT Chief Executive Deborah Jack said: “The past few months has been a time of great change in health and social care services which has created anxiety for many people living with HIV. My Care My Voice explains the opportunities created by these changes and arms people living with HIV with the knowledge they need to get the most from their care.”

Chair of the British HIV Association, David Asboe, added: “My Care My Voice will be a great support to effective care of people living with HIV. This user-friendly guide will help people living with HIV to become true partners in care decisions.”

More information about the Wig Party can be found here.