It's that time of year again, when ghosties and ghoulies and long-leggity beasties (as we call Liam behind his back) crawl from their lairs to roam the earth and consume all the Haribo at the Liars' League Hallowe'en event!
We have six spooktacular stories on the theme of Slash & Burn, featuring ghosts, cowboys, psychic twins, murderous rats, deals with the devil and Spock and Kirk in a clinch. Miss it, and it'll haunt you forever ...
Ghost Story by Niall Boyce, read by Peter Noble
The Twelve O'Clock by Liam Hogan, read by Silas Hawkins
Slash Friction by Alan Graham, read by Linda Large
Greenwich, Noon by Vincent Kelly *NEW AUTHOR*, read by Jennifer Tan
Down to One by Shenoa Carroll-Bradd *NEW AUTHOR*, read by Martine Richards
He Slashed some Lines for Whiskers by David Turnbull *NEW AUTHOR*, read by Gloria Sanders
As usual doors open at 7pm and it's a paltry fiver to get in. Show starts at 7.30 and there will be a selection of sugary treats as well as horror and thriller books to win in our infamous interval quiz.
Tickets are cash only, no advance booking, and seating is unreserved - so it's a good idea to get there a bit ahead of time if you want a good table. Food and drinks can be had throughout (it is a pub after all) and are very nice.
The venue is downstairs at:
37 Cavendish Square
(The Phoenix is 5 minutes' walk from Oxford Circus tube station, which is on the Victoria, Bakerloo and Central lines)