Next Saturday (8 August), I will be taking all London-based Theatre of Blood fans on a walking tour through the city visiting many of the locations used in the black comedy horror.
It's FREE, but you will need some stamina. As this will be an all-day tour, lots of Tube and bus journeys will be required, so you will need a valid travelcard or Oyster card and lots of patience getting around.
I have arranged the itinerary that will cover many of the locations used in the film – from Michael Horden's flat at Digby Mansions Hammersmith right through to the film's climax which were shot at the Putney Hippodrome (now demolished). While some of the sights are out of the way and only of significance to uber-fans (like our first, The Causeway in Wandsworth) others will take in some popular London sights, including Harrods on the Brompton Road, the Serpentine Pavillon, Cheyne Walk and the King's Road in Chelsea (where other horror film locations will be visited), Tate Britain and Bond Street.
If you want to familiarise yourself with the London locations, check out my post (here) that I did for The Spooky Isles website.
To keep up to date with what's happening, check out the official Facebook event page.
DATE: Saturday 8 November
MEETING POINT: Outside East Putney underground station