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SALFORD GHOULS PARADISE CABARET AND LITTLE WORKSHOP OF HORRORS
 

Star date: 30th September 2018

WALK THE PLANK GOES HORRID

Ghouls Paradise Cabaret
Saturday 6th October from 7:30pm pay what you feel
Little Workshop of Horrors
Saturday 6th October 2pm-5pm free/ Sunday 7th 2pm-6pm free
Cobden Works

Walk The Plank is holding a family-friendly pre-Halloween Open Weekend, complete with a Ghouls Paradise Cabaret and horror workshops with Poisoned Ivy, Professor D Zaster and Ivor Globule.

Full details here...


Walk The Plank Little Workshop of Horrors
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Walk The Plank is opening up its Cobden Works HQ on Cobden Street for a pre-Halloween freak out, with free Little Workshop of Horrors sessions on Saturday 6th October (2pm to 5pm) and Sunday 7th October (2pm to 6pm), plus a Ghouls Paradise Cabaret on Saturday 6th October from 7:30pm that is pay what you feel.

The Little Workshop of Horrors will see frightening fun activities, with revolting Delores on the bad make-up counter doing haunting makeovers, Poisoned Ivy promising 'the ugliest back comb in town', and Professor D Zaster doing slimy experiments.

The Ghouls Paradise Cabaret is hosted by Mandy Romero, with musical support from the Mean Bizness ten-piece soul band... "It's a bit of an experiment so we're looking for both performers and an audience to see what and who comes on stage" state the organisers... "Pay what you feel the cabaret deserves. If our performers leave you with a warm glow of appreciation, hand over your worldly goods and more. If they leave you cold, offer less – even some advice!"

The weekend is just the start of a build up to Halloween with more spooky events planned for later in the month...

"We're delighted to be holding our second open weekend as part of the Fun Palaces programme, and encourage everyone to come along to Cobden Works to try their hand at Halloween themed activities" says Liz Pugh of Walk the Plank.

"Walk the Plank hasn't done a cabaret night for ten years when we used to do them on our theatre ship, and this seemed like the right time to resurrect the idea" she adds.

Ghouls Paradise Cabaret
Saturday 6th October from 7:30pm pay what you feel
If you want to take part in the Cabaret email
ben.turner@walktheplank.co.uk or if you want to watch just turn up.

Little Workshop of Horrors
Saturday 6th October 2pm-5pm free/ Sunday 7th 2pm-6pm free

Cobden Works
37-41 Cobden Street M6 6WF (opposite Flex n' Tone gym)

For more details see the website – click here

Both events are suitable for people of all ages.

For more details on Walk The Plank see www.walktheplank.co.uk

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