Tickets - The London Month of the Dead
london month of the dead tickets Each year the London Month of the Dead donates 20% of all ticket revenue to the cemetery that hosts each event. With the help of this funding, work has now begun at Brompton Cemetery Chapel so most of our events in 2017 will be in the Anglican and Dissenters Chapel at Kensal Green. Please note, if the iFrame below refuses to appear on your screen then please email

The General Cemetery of All Souls, Kensal Green, is one of England's oldest and most beautiful public burial grounds, and certainly its most prestigious. One of the world's first garden cemeteries, and doyen of London's Magnificent Seven, Kensal Green received its first funeral in January 1833, and still conducts burials and cremations daily. The cemetery was innovative in having most of the site consecrated by the Church of England, but reserving the eastern spur for Dissenters and others to practise their own rites. Today, people of many faiths and denominations are buried throughout the cemetery. Uniquely among British cemeteries, Kensal Green has been managed by the same private joint-stock company since its inception: the General Cemetery Company(est. 1830) still has its offices by the Main Gate. The cemetery now covers some 72 acres (29 hectares) between the Grand Union Canal and Harrow Road in west London, and is open to visitors every day of the year.