TALES OF BEYOND
A Torchlit Cemetery Walk and Candlelit Ghost Stories with Giles Abbott
Saturday 1st October from 7:30 pm
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Instructions for finding the chapel:
We will be using the the Ladbroke Grove entrance to the Dissenter's chapel. This is a brisk fifteen-minute walk from Kensal Green (Bakerloo Line) or Ladbroke Grove (Hammersmith and City Line) tube stations, and is served by buses 18, 23, 52, 70, 295 and 316. Click here to see a map of where the chapel entrance is.

A chance to hear these classic ghost stories as you've never heard them before - in a graveyard. As dusk falls at Kensal Green cemetery the gatekeeper will guide you on a torchlit procession, picking your way through the tombstones until you reach the Anglican chapel.

There you can gather round by the light of the guttering candles as storyteller GILES ABBOTT takes you into the world of The Devil's Violin, The Unquiet Grave, The Girl With The Golden Arms, The Pardoner's Tale, The Grave That No-one Would Dig, Mrs Brown's Jigsaw Puzzle, The Earl King, Odysseus In The Underworld, The Cascade Of The Ghosts and other thrilling and spine-tingling tales of the dark, the demonic and the dead that won't stay dead.

Tickets £10 including a gin cocktail. Please click here to buy.

GILES ABBOTT
Giles Abbott started storytelling in 1999 in response to sudden, but not total, sight loss. Since then he has become an award-winning storyteller who just happens to be the UK’s only professional blind storyteller.

His repertoire includes Iron-Age myth from British and Norse traditions, Greek myths and folk tales from around the world.

Giles also works with both children and adults using storytelling to promote confidence, increase literacy and inspire a love of words.

 

 

 

The Dissenters' Chapel, Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Ticket includes tour of the catacombs.