A Curious Invitation present London Month of the Dead
CHILLS OF CHELSEA
Stories of Murder and Satanic Rituals in SW3 - A Guided Tour with Lauren Barnett
Sunday 11th October 2020 at 2:30 pm

What could be less horrifying than the King’s Road on a sunny afternoon? The area’s glistening shop fronts and fashionable history may seem immune to horror, but during the Swinging Sixties, Chelsea was home to the Rolling Stones and Mary Quaint and subsequently the area provided the backdrop for many classic horror films including A Clockwork Orange, Dracula A.D. 1972 and Theatre of Blood among others…. On this walk we will discover how the tensions of Chelsea’s Swinging London inspired tales of terror from satanic rituals to gruesome murder.

Lauren Barnett
Lauren Jane Barnett is a freelance writer and lecturer interested in how we visualise death and dying. She has been published in journals and art magazines including HARTS & Minds and Photomonitor and leads guided walks inspired by horror cinema. Her walking guide of London’s horror movies is coming out in 2021 with Strange Attractor Press. For more information you can visit her website at http://laurenjanebarnett.com.

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