Guests will enjoy an hour and a half of “ENTERTAINMENT” before being treated to a screening of William Castle’s “House on Haunted Hill” (1959) as well as a curated selection of macabre shorts.
DRESS TO IMPRESS in late fifties early 60s attire.
Do arrive up to 30 minutes early and enjoy a BESPOKE BEVERAGE in our salon.
Performances on the 18th and 19th of April will be in ST MATTHEWS CHURCH on Saint Matthew’s Row, a church dating back to 1743 that sits above 80,000 GRAVES. Having survived FIRE, BOMB damage and a rector who was a contemporary of the notorious KRAY brothers (running the brothels and gambling dens of the area) it was rebuilt in 1961, the design spear headed by architect Anthony Lewis who commissioned young artists to create the distinctive insides.
Performances on the 25th and 26th of April will be in room 5.10 in the GOTHIC George Gilbert Scott designed ST PANCRAS CLOCK TOWER CHAMBERS, Euston Road NW1. WATCH for the umbrella’d ones stationed outside the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
Tickets are £20, with a limited sale of early bird tickets for £15.
You can buy tickets for St Matthews Church here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-of-us-house-on-haunted-hill-st-matthews-church-tickets-16231617204
You can buy tickets for St Pancras Clocktower here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-of-us-house-on-haunted-hill-st-pancras-clocktower-tickets-16232373466
St Matthews Church: Saint Matthew’s Row, London E2 6DT
St Pancras Clocktower: St Pancras Chambers (by the entrance of St Pancras Renaissance Hotel), Euston Road, London NW1 2AR
TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.
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Bubblecam The evenings event will be live streamed online. Our internet guests will be able to interact with you through the night, blowing bubbles at you from a hidden bubble machine. Think of it as a surreal form of CCTV – one that tells you when your being watched.
Lisa Hall, Andie and Mike
‘LEASEHOLDS… FOR LIFE!’
Open day to view the new St Matthews complex of luxury flats. Centrally located with easy access to various amenities and restaurants in ‘trendy’ Shoreditch. A unique opportunity to buy into an exquisite example of 18th century architecture and live in a building with a … COLOURFUL PAST.
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