Ghostwatch

Chris Horkan
IMPLFN

Ghostwatch at Islington Mill, Chapel Street 30 October 2016 Tickets from £5.00

IMPLFN, along with himHallows and Textbook Studio, will be exorcising the terrifying mockumentary of 90’s childhoods everywhere and bringing it oozing and clawing out into the 5th floor of Islington Mill. Controversial at the time, this one off broadcasting experiment still has the power to disturb today.

Beer and snacks will be available from the MIll on the night, but be sure to wrap up warm, it’ll be a PARKY out.

£5 donation on the door, all funds raised go towards Islington Mill’s roof appeal.

Ghostwatch at Islington Mill, Chapel Street 30 October 2016 Tickets from £5.00

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