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Bonfire Night Pirate Party at Styx Bar

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Time 19:00
Date 05/11/16
Price £6
  • Produced by Candlelit Tales London
  • Price Super early bird tickets £6, not so early bird £8, on the door £10, or £8 with a costume
  • Get ready Get ready to set sail on the Victoria Line for a Bonfire Night with a difference, with immersive piratical fun
  • Bring along Bring along your best Buccaneer clobber
  • Surf to Tickets
  • See you at Styx Bar

Set out for the back waters of Tottenham (or two minutes walk from Tottenham Hale tube) and journey to Styx Bar this Bonfire Night for an evening of sea shanties, stomping grooves and fireworks.

Tucked away in a forgotten corner of Seven Sisters, Styx Bar host the fine folk of Candlelit Tales London and sea dogs Cap’n Yoshke for an explosive Bonfire Night. There’ll be enchanting sear faring bonfire storytelling from Candlelit Tales, followed by plenty of rum-soaked stomping grooves from Cap’n Yoshke and the Running Bowlines and the beats cartel of SOAS Radio DJs.

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend Bonfire Night Pirate Party at Styx Bar at 19:00 on 5th November. To enter the competition, send an email to ava@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: In the Middle Ages, what were the original bonfires - ’bone fires’- used for?

A: .1) Fires held in burial grounds once a year .2) Burning the homes of traitors .3) Ridding stolen land of curses .4) Cremating witches or heretics

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