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2/5 North Bank Street The Mound Edinburgh
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Jubba Promotions Presents
The Queens Hall, Edinburgh.
November 2.00pm TICKETS £10, £8 (cone)
AVAILABLE FROM The Queen's Hall Box Office Clerk Street 0131 668 2019
Tickets also available from Assembly Roma's Box Office and
King's Theatre Box Office
Horror Night at Naterstone's An evenlnq ofﬁqllowe’en Hullabaloo
Things kick off at the East End branch at 6pm as
the world famous guides from Mercat Tours take
you on a tour of ghostly Edinburgh including the genuinely haunted vaults beneath the city.
The tour ends and the reading begins at the Cafe Royal. Top scaremeister Tom Holland, author of‘Vampyre’ will read by candlelight as you warm your bones with a dram (included in ticket price).
Free signed copy to best dressed vampire. Warm clothing recommended. Tickets from the East End branch.
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