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“Madness, despair and horror” at Halloween


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With Halloween approaching, a refugee charity is combining spooky tales with support for free movement.

The Dead Poets Live event in London on Saturday 28 October promises “the most terrifying poems ever written”, read by a collection of well-known actors. It is not known whether the works of “madness, despair and horror” derive from Appendix FM but enquiries are ongoing.

The remaining tickets are £13, with all proceeds going to Safe Passage.

The charity says that it has helped to settle 1,150 refugee children in the UK since beginning work in 2015 as a partnership between Islington Law Centre, Bhatt Murphy and Doughty Street Chambers. It will issue judicial review proceedings next week on behalf of a vulnerable Syrian 16 year old seeking a transfer to the UK.

Quoth the Home Office, “nevermore”.

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