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Weekend of Friday 23 October

Posted by Hazel Baker on Friday, October 23, 2020 Under: October

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Halloween Themed Events What: Ghosts and Gallows Walk When: Sun, 25 Oct 2020 at 2 PM Discover the city's dark history… Retrace the final footsteps of the condemned, hear the curious case of the superstitious teenager and how ghosts from the civil war still haunt Fleet Street. Discover the city's dark history Meet other curious souls Qualified London Guide Suitable for all age groups. Please note all children must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets: £12 adult / £10 child Book your tickets  here:

What: Forbidden Forest Cinema
When: 23 October - 8 November Are you brave enough to enter the forbidden forest? Explore this immersive cinema experience and find a season of the best horror movies. Be quick though, the forbidden forest vanishes on 8th November. Nightmare On Elm Street - 7.30pm Friday 23 October The Lost Boys - 4pm Saturday 24 October The Blair Witch Project - 7.30pm Saturday 24 October Labyrinth - 4pm Sunday 25 October Us - 7.30pm Sunday 25 October See full list and booking here: Cost: Tickets from £19.50 Location: Forbidden Forest Cinema, Unit 8 Copeland Park & Bussey Building, 133 Copeland Road, London, SE15 3SN FAQs:
What: Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde Walk
When: Fri, 30 Oct 2020 at 1 PM Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson is a novel in which setting plays an important feature. The novel is set in London and draws heavily on Stevenson’s knowledge of his hometown Edinburgh to create a chilling setting which emphasises the themes of good and evil. Most of the London locations mentioned the most are in Soho. Even though fictional, there are places we can see which match the description. The walk includes excerpts of the book which students are welcome can read out - it really helps recreate gothic London. Throughout the tour I'll also share interesting facts about Robert Louis Stevenson and draw some parallels with his other works. Tickets: £12 adult / £10 child Book your tickets here:


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