Thursday, February 08, 2007

Holy Southwark

Don't let a bit of snow put you off coming to South East London Folklore Society tonight, up by London Bridge:

"To celebrate our move to Southwark local historian Neil Gordon-Orr gives an illustrated talk on deities, saints and sacred sites celebrated within half a mile of SELFS' new venue. A bronze age barrow at London Bridge, dog burials in Borough High Street and the recently discovered Roman temples of Tabard Square will all feature. The area's shamanic poet John Constable takes us in his experiences of the Southwarks Mysteries. Thursday 8th February at The Old King's Head, Kings Head Yard, 45-49, Borough High St, London, SE11NA. Nearest stations are London Bridge and Borough. It is just off Borough High Street (see map) Talks start at 8.00pm £2.50/£1.50 concessions".

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