Wednesday, 9 March 2011

CAMDEN’S MOST HORRID: a performance of formidable endings

“Theatre of Blood” Event

CAMDEN’S MOST HORRID: a performance of formidable endings

“You are cordially invited to a historical meeting by Dr Evan Cranks who will enthral us with the details from his latest discovery found hidden in the depths of the Camden Catacombs”.
Curious to learn more about one of London’s labyrinth of tunnels, you turn up with note book and pen, however the meeting takes a turn for the worse when the speaker recites the unusual inscription and unleashes...... well let’s just say “Don’t judge a book by its cover”
This Month discover the darker side to Camden’s past and its plethora of unsavoury characters as we continue our theatre/living history performances in a variety of ‘non theatre’ locations

This unique performance has been produced by Phantasmagoria events to highlight the libraries essential role in society as one of one of the few remaining centres of community, many of which could be under threat of closure due to the recent economic crisis.


The Band of Players are an eclectic group of actors who perform a variety of theatrical and living history performances, in order to highlight many of our ancient locations, myths and stories. Everyone is giving their time for free for this project
Many thanks to Holy Cross Community Centre Trust
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Local Studies Library
Holborn Library
Theobalds Road, WC1
London, United Kingdom
Date: Friday 6th May and Saturday 7th May
Friday: 7.30 – 8.30pm ( doors open 7pm)
Saturday: Matinee – 2.30pm – 3.00pm ( doors open 1.30pm)
Price: Free Admission.

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