The History of Hallowe’en in Uppsala

The History of Halloween

UPPSALA | Thursday 3rd Nov at 19:00

Trick or treat or Jack o’lantern? Witches abroad or all saints? 

Satisfy your curiosity as well as your longing for storytelling when Sara Lilja Visén and Stina Björkelid guide you through the history of Hallowe’en, with the help of stories and poems from days of yore to present days. 

There will also be time for the audience to read a few of their favourite ghost stories. 

Don’t be shy, don’t be scared – join us for a night of hauntings and horrors in the safety of the bookshop!

Date: Thursday 3rd November
When: 19:00 (the spooky hour...)
Where: The English Bookshop, Uppsala
How much: 80 kr, tea and cake included.

Book your seat now – remaining tickets sold at the door.

Halloween Storytelling for Children, Saturday 31st October in Uppsala

Come for some slightly spooky stories to celebrate Halloween.
Dress up if you dare!

11 o'clock, Saturday 31st October in the Uppsala shop.

  • The Funny Little Woman by Arlene Mosel and Blair Lent

The Funny Little Woman by Arlene Mosel and Blair Lent

All Hallows Read at The English Bookshop in Uppsala

All Hallows Read, The English Bookshop 2015

Come and let us treat you to a cosy ghostly evening!

Listen to Sam and Paul Kassel as they read a couple of classic horror stories, and maybe you have one or two of your own favorites to tell? Join us for a tea and cake and candle light. No tricks – we promise! Or…?

Halloween Special Storytelling, Saturday 31st in Uppsala

Halloween storytelling at The English Bookshop, 2015

Welcome all 3-6 year olds for a special Halloween storytelling with Hannah in the Uppsala shop.

No need to sign up, just show up at the shop and join the fun.

Download the poster

Halloween reads

Don't miss Helena Dahlgren's new blog - Halloween reads!

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