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ABNEY RAMBLES - by Romany reagan

Romany Reagan has created a number of audio walks for her PhD studies into artistic interactions with heritage sites. Visit www.abneyrambles.com or play and download them from here.


Woodland networks - This audio walk is part tour of some of the veteran tree specimens in Abney Park Cemetery, but also part exploration of the unseen nonhuman networks at play in this ancient and diverse nature preserve. For this walk, enter Abney Park Cemetery from the wrought-iron gates entrance on Stoke Newington Church Street. Find out more

Woodland Magick - This walk is a dark allegorical tale of what lies behind the uncanny mystery that envelops Stoke Newington – and lies beneath Abney Park Cemetery. For this walk, enter Abney Park Cemetery from the wrought-iron gates entrance on Stoke Newington Church Street. Find out more

Thoughts on mourning - This audio walk is a meditation on modern versus Victorian mourning practices. Interweaving quotes from then and now, with stories, the walk is set to the music of The Black Heart Procession, with exit music ‘Dance While the Sky Crashes Down’, by Jason Webley. For this walk, enter Abney Park Cemetery from the wrought-iron gates entrance on Stoke Newington Church Street. Find out more

Love, wrath, death, lions: a performed history of Frank and Susannah Bostock - This audio walk is the performed life story of Frank and Susannah Bostock, a famous travelling circus and menagerie couple, buried in Abney Park Cemetery. Frank was a famous lion tamer, and the Bostocks were part of the founding members of Dreamland Amusement Park, Coney Island, New York. For this walk, enter Abney Park Cemetery from the Neo-Egyptian gates entrance on Stoke Newington High Street. Find out more

 

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Explore Abney’s biodiversity

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