Monday, 31 October 2011

Halloween Yarns

::An overload of all things Dracula this Halloween::

::A visit to Layer Marney Towers where The Keeper's Daughter delighted us with a spooky adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula::The Keeper's Daughter is a social enterprise theatre company bursting with energy and this tour of Dracula to rural areas juxtaposed le coq physical theatre, chorus work, clown, improvisation, dance with a classic story::

::Reading the Oxford World's Classic edition of Bram Stoker's Dracula::

::Whilst listenting to CraftLit's reading of Dracula::

::Keeping my little needle felted Dracula nearby to add to the fun::made by my talented sister-in-law over on Folksy where you will find her as Felt Face::

::Hallowe'en or Mischief Night (Scotland) when children go 'guising' earning goodies by performing a party piece and the household they visit must guess who they are disguised as and then the children are given apples, nuts and sweets::

Heigh ho for hallowe'en
When the fairies a' are seen,
Some black and some green
Heigh ho for hallowe'en

::Whatever you are up to this Hallowe'en be spooky, scary and safe::

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