A ghostly historical show at Charlton House

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For the third year running Charlton House will be witness to yet another historical ghostly performance by Phantasmagoria Events this coming Halloween in a show recalling some of the capitals most wretched murderers, evil villains and sorrowful victims.

Local supernaturalist and gothic author, Algernon Blackwood is researching his new book ‘Cry Murder Scream Ghost’ and has rented Charlton House for the duration. Things are not going to plan. Lost in a mixture of alcohol, an over active imagination and on the edge of losing his mind, Algernon is unable to decipher the difference between reality and unreality, the natural and the supernatural.

Historical, scary and full of local gruesome facts, this promenade performance is suitable for all those aged 12 to 80

CRY MURDER SCREAM GHOST takes place at Charlton House on
FRIDAY 26TH and SUNDAY 27th OCTOBER 2012 ( No Show on Saturday 26th)

Opening Times: 7pm -9pm

(Please note: Your journey lasts approx: 70mins and requires you to walk around the house in groups on a specifically designed route)

Price: Adult £12.00 per person / Child £7.50 per person / Family Ticket: £26.00 (2 adults 2 kids)

Please note: a few tickets will also be available on the door ( cash only)

Please Note: This event is not suitable for under 12’s
Disclaimer: Unfortunately this event is not wheel chair accessible


Tickets are available:


Online: www.greenwichtheatre.org.uk

By telephone – call Box Office: 020 8858 7755

In person: Greenwich Theatre, Crooms Hill, London, SE10 8ES

( cash only please)


It’s the Charlton Society’s annual meeting this Saturday

Here’s Charlton Society chairman David Gardner

All Charlton residents and friends are warmly welcome to the Annual Meeting of The Charlton Society on Saturday 20 October in Charlton House at 2.30pm. You do not need to be a member, though be great if you could join.

We are very pleased to welcome our MP Nick Raynsford and the Deputy Mayor of Royal Greenwich, Cllr. Angela Cornforth and many local councillors.

But we can also celebrate a good year for Charlton, not just the football club being promoted, but the adoption of the Charlton Riverside Masterplan, a commitment to downgrade Woolwich Road, the 200th anniversary of PM Spencer Perceval’s assassination, the reopening of a heated Charlton Lido, the new Maryon Wilson Animal Centre Trust and the Charlton Village Conservation Area review and Charlton House Trust on the near horizon.

Altogether, there is so much happening in Charlton and so much potential. And some great coming together across Charlton whether for our parks and green spaces, heritage buildings, places of worship, the station and for particular roads and neighbourhoods.

Be great to see you on 20th and so stop for refreshments afterwards.