‘Hallowe’en on the moonlit waters of Little Venice’

// 6 October 2009

I went to this last year on Hallowe’en with some friends, it was great, I absolutely recommend it:


Date: Saturday 31st October 2009

This Hallowe’en sees the return of our hugely popular boat event, but for one night only so get your tickets booked fast! Madam Magdalene welcomes you onboard the Noon of Night on All Hallows Eve for a shadowy feast of music, magic and storytelling. Expect gothic sounds of the night time river mingling with tunes from resident musicians The Children of the Night; visits from the Count and other grotesques; games, treats and a boat ride through eerie, dripping tunnels! In response to audience comments from last year, we have added some hot food options to our usual offering of a gloriously cheap bar, so we hope to see you all stuffed, slaked and stupendously satisfied by our scary little Hallowe’en!

This event is a fundraiser for Scary Little Girls Productions’ We Hurt for a Yurt! appeal and for Object, champions for women’s rights and their improved status in society.

Venue: The Beauchamp Lodge Electric Barge, Grand Canal/Camden Lock, London

Times: 7pm: Grand Canal, Paddington Station to Camden Lock,

and 8.30pm: Camden Lock to Grand Canal, Paddington Station

(two performances on the same night)

Tickets: Tickets in advance: 7pm trip £15 or £10 concession

8.30pm trip £20 or £15 concession

Numbers are very limited for these shows so please book soon to avoid disappointment – email bookings@scarylittlegirls.co.uk or call 0797 6623 706 or go to www.scarylittlegirls.co.uk

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