Monday, 14 September 2015

Vincent Price London Legacy Tour Update | Tickets Selling Out Fast!

In just a few weeks time, the Vincent Price London Legacy Tour will kick off on 4 November celebrating Vinnie’s passion for the UK, where he filmed some of his most iconic films like Theatre of Blood, as well his passion for food, with the UK launch of the 50th anniversary edition of his and Mary’s celebrated cookbook, A Treasury of Great Recipes

Tickets are selling like hotcakes for all of the events, so if you planning on attending any of them, now is the time to get booking.

Throughout his 50 years movie-making career, Vincent travelled the globe to make in excess of 100 features, with 13 of them filmed in the UK. Over the five days, the festival will visit the locations used in three of them: Witchfinder General (1968), with a trip to the historic medieval town of Lavenham in Suffolk; Cry of the Banshee (1970), with a lunch tour of Grim’s Dyke Hotel, the former home of dramatist WS Gilbert in north London, and Theatre of Blood (1973), with a walking tour of Kensal Green Cemetery. Please note that due to the popularity of these events, only a handful of tickets remain for the Kensal Green walk and the Grim’s Dyke lunch, so book now by clicking on the links.

While we all know Vincent Price as the Master of Menace, his daughter Victoria knows him as the Lover of Life. In this London exclusive, staged at Barts Pathology Museum, one of London’s hidden gems, Victoria will present a special multi-media presentation dedicated to her dad and his lifelong passion for the arts and his love for the UK. Also included will be a screening of the sci-fi cult, Scream and Scream Again, (which is being shown also to honor the late Christopher Lee and the legendary Peter Cushing). For more information and how to book, click on the links.

Vincent and Mary’s celebrated cookbook A Treasury of Great Recipes, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year with a brand-new reprint and Victoria be hosting a special breakfast at Harrods, followed by a tour of the famed Food Halls before the crowds are let in. Plus, there’s a scrumptious Treasury Taster evening celebrating Vincent’s passion for food. Please note that the Harrods event has been extremely popular and only a handful of tickets remain.

The 5th of November in the UK is Guy Fawkes Night, which is celebrated with bonfires and fireworks all over the country. So what better way to get into the spirit that with an explosive musical performance set from Sheffield electronica duo Animat, who put a blazing new spin on the cult sci-fi classic The Last Man on Earth with an ambient and atmospheric live soundtrack.

For the full schedule check out the website:

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