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Haunted West End Theatres

Free Lunchtime lecture by Ian Shillito. Part of the London Ghost Festival 2009 presented by London Paranormal www.londonparanormal.com


Take a trip behind the scenes of London’s West End theatres to discover a spooky range of spectres following centuries of performances. From the Lyceum to the Lyric, the astounding results demonstrate historical links between spirits and the stage. It will captivate anyone who is interested in the shadowy past of London’s Haunted West End Theatres. Author Ian Shillito is founder of the capital’s ghost hunting events team, The London Paranormal Society, organiser of the original London ghost festival and of this week’s series of ghostly themed talks. Ian featured in the hugely successful “Most Haunted” and regularly appears in the media both nationally and internationally.


Speaker(s):

Ian Shillito | talks

 

Date and Time:

27 October 2009 at 12:30 pm

Duration:

30 minutes

 

Venue:

Shoe Lane Library
Hill House
1 Little New Street
London
EC4A 3JR
020 75837178
http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/shoelanelibrary

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Tickets:

free

Available from:

No need to book. Seating capacity 50 for each talk plus standing room. We suggest arriving a little early to secure a seat.

Additional Information:

Nearest Public Transport: Chancery Lane Tube (Central Line) or City Thameslink (Ludgate Hill). Buses - Fleet Street or Farringdon Road.

Contact: 020 7583 7178 or shoelane@cityoflondon.gov.uk

Website:
www.cityoflondon.gov.uk

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