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Stephen R. Covey

The Halloween of Crossbones

October 20th, 2010

If the last post piqued your interest you might like to go to this event:

The Hideout @ Debut London – formerly SEOne, The Drome,
29 Weston Street, London SE1
Sunday 31st October 7pm
Tickets £13.00 / Concessions £10.00
The 13th performance of the legendary Halloween celebration –
a ritual drama to honour the Spirits of Crossbones Graveyard and YOU!
Featuring: John Constable (aka John Crow) and Michelle Watson – The Southwark Mysteries
Nigel of Bermondsey and Vanessa Woolf – London Dreamtime
Tom Baker (Bohemianauts); Michelle M, Goose Girls, Crow Priestesses and Samurai
* Partake in the Samhain ritual.
* Commune in the Tantric Pulse.
* Journey with the Goose and Crow in visionary songs and poems.
* Bring your own personal totems, photos and mementoes for the Altar to the Ancestors.
* The performance ends with a candlelit procession to Crossbones Graveyard.

Entry to The Hideout at DEBUT London is under London Bridge station
near the northern end of Weston Street, in the tunnel between St Thomas’ Street and Tooley Street
MAP here:

Doors open at 7pm
Tickets £13.00 / Concessions £10.00 This event is always fully booked!
To book tickets now go to:
Pre-paid tickets must be collected by 7:15pm – any uncollected tickets will be made available for sale from 7:15pm.
To pay on the night, arrive from 6:30pm to join the queue for available tickets.
Licensed premises – over 18s only

We’ll have a limited number of tickets available to sell at the next Crossbones Vigil at the gates in Redcross Way – gather for 7pm on 23rd October.
Easier for us though, is if you can book online (click link) – then be sure to arrive on the 31st by 7.15, before the portal closes, to prepare for the ceremony. We regret that we cannot reserve tickets without pre-payment.

One Response to “The Halloween of Crossbones”

  1. I’m really inspired by the graveyard. I am new to London. I just discovered it recently and did a blog about it, then found you through the tags! It’s not the history that facinates me but the reaction of the present day people. Of local relevance reflecting heroism so close to home.Great post hope you enjoy mine too:

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