Saturday, November 28, 2009

Saucy rats, murder ballads and bonkers folklore

One Eye Grey is 'a penny dreadful for 21st century that draws on the tradition of those as well as the pulp fiction that followed. It features modern stories based on traditional London tales of the uncanny, paranormal and supernatural'

To celebrate the release of One Eye Grey theme on vinyl they are taking over the Pullens Centre (Crampton Street SE17) on Friday December 4th, from 8.00 to 10.00pm.

Expect to hear: Murder ballads courtesy of Jude Cowan; Scary stories by One Eye Grey writers; Incredible tales of south London wonder from Scott Wood of the South East London Folklore Society; music from Nigel of Bermondsey and London Dreamtime singing stories from the streets.

The event coincides with the Pullens Yard xmas sale - free mince pies, mulled wine and carol singing will be available in the yards (Clements, Peacock and Illiffe) as well as stalls selling gifts.

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