|September 22nd, 2015, 04:35 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2003
A Night Of The Victorian Paranormal
SHERLOCK HOLMES AND RIPPER ENTHUSIASTS
STILL UNDECIDED FOR HALLOWEEN ? WHY NOT JOIN US ?
A NIGHT OF THE VICTORIAN PARANORMAL : 31st OCTOBER 2015
An excellent halloween night of victorian entertainment, guided tours and 3 course banquet meal.
TOUR & VICTORIAN DINNER ENTERTAINMENT
Join Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson on the trail of Jack the Ripper as they enter the world of the paranormal in this unforgettable night of entertainment.
Standard tickets start at £55 per person however we have a VIP ticket for £75 per person which includes priority seating and a free bottle of wine/sparkling wine (per couple).
JACK THE RIPPER HALLOWEEN SPECIAL EVENT
This event will be held on 31st October 2015 (Saturday).
An unforgettable night of Victorian Theatre and horror. A ghost walk hosted by Sherlock Holmes & Dr John Watson, which includes:
A three course, candlelit dinner at the famous Mumbai Square restaurant
A turn of the century sťance hosted by the one and only Arthur Conan Doyle
A genuine medium, specialising in local history and gruesome crime
Other Victorian-themed entertainment and a few surprises to send you home afraid of the dark
WHERE WILL THE PRE DINNER TOUR TAKE PLACE ?
The tour will depart from a secret location known only to those booked on the night .
WHERE WILL THE DINNER EVENT TAKE PLACE?
The event will be held in Mumbai Square Indian Restaurant, 7 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7AA
HOW CAN I BOOK ON ?
Tickets can be purchased at :
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|September 22nd, 2015, 07:31 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2014
Talking of spooky doings, I was walking through Princelet Street on Sunday and there appeared to be some work being done to the house with the red flaking paint that always gets it's photo taken. There was a guy up a ladder attaching some lettering to the frontage and I asked him what was going on. He said they were preparing the building for the filming of an ITV drama about Harry Price, the ghost hunter. It was being turned into an apothecary's shop.
|September 22nd, 2015, 08:51 PM||#3|
Join Date: Sep 2005
Nah, when the covering comes off it will say "Jack the Ripper Museum."
PS Gary, why are all your pics on their side? I thought the Romford brewery had closed.
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