Chills in the Chapel with Fabio Frizzi

Maestro Fabio Frizzi returns to Union Chapel, Islington with a new show that delves deep into the music of horror.

Fabio Frizzi - Chills in the Chapel

Three years since his last sell out appearance at Union Chapel Fabio Frizzi returns with a show that will include new orchestrations of his scores for cult films by Lucio Fulci. For the first time he’ll also explore his work outside of his longstanding and hugely successful collaboration with the Italian Director. Expect thrills, prog-rocking and funk vibes all set against a back drop of legendary film clips and shocking visuals.

‘Chills in the Chapel’, Union Chapel’s annual and hugely popular Halloween film night, mixes a love of cinema and music with a great night out. Set in the Grade I listed architectural masterpiece that is Union Chapel the atmosphere is suitably spooky. Expect fancy dress, creepy cocktails and a few surprises along the way.

You can grab yourself a ticket here.

Over 18s only.

Doors 6.45pm | Halloween Fancy Dress Ball 10.30pm

Tickets £25 | £20 UC members | £40 VIP adv + booking fee

After show ball £8 adv + booking fee – details TBA

Money raised goes to the restoration and development of Union Chapel

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