When there is no more room in Hell, the dead shall walk Brighton. On a calm and peaceful November Saturday zombies shall rise from the dead and take carnage on the streets of Brighton searching for fresh meat. Raging skin peeling, blood dripping ghouls.
Prepare for GORE.
Not suitable for the living.
You are invited to take part of what plans to be Brighton’s Largest Zombie Walk.
Zombie Walk to take place:
Saturday November 3rd 2007.
Place: Outside main entrance of Brighton Train Station.
Address: Queens Road
What is a zombie walk? A zombie walk (also known as a zombie mob, zombie march or zombie lurch)is an organized public gathering of two or more people who dress up inzombie costumes. Usually taking place in an urban centre, the participants make their way around the city streets in a somewhat orderly fashion and often limping their way towards a local cemetery orother public space.
Where will Zombie Walk go: Starts at 4pm EXACTLY outside Brighton trainstation (see above for address) Walk shall then proceed down Queens Road. Down to the sea front and then finally towards The West Pier.Z ombies are asked to stay in character throughout the walk.
The undead activities don’t stop there, we are encouraging zombies to hold their own mini beach parties. So bring Tall cans of blood forbeverages and fresh meat for snacking.
THE BRIGHTON ZOMBIE WALK 2007 (BEACH OF THE DEAD) AFTERSHOW PARTY AT THE PUSSYCAT CLUB. ADD www.myspace.com/pussycatclub, FELLOW ZOMBIE WALKERS EMAIL THEM SAYING YOU’RE GOING TO BE ATTENDING THE WALK TO GET CHEAPER AND FAST ENTRY INTO THE CLUB IN THE EVENING.
Please see myspace.com/beachofthedead for further details on The Pussycat club and The Brighton Zombie Walk 2007 (Beach of the dead)
Please note: this event is for fun and for lovers of dressing up, zombie and horror films. Please leave your attitudes for the living.
- Don’t touch anyone! People will usually take this in the wrong way andscream for help.
- Avoid little kids if possible. They don’t know it’s fake and you’llget their parents mad.
- If the police stop you, or you are generally confronted by anyone whohas a problem, be friendly and understanding, and let them win anyarguments. You’re the one breaking social convention here.
-Do not do anything illegal. Dressing up in a costume is not an excuseto break windows, loot shops, or flip cars.
-Be careful pouring fake blood INTO your ear, don’t let it get in your inner ear canal, as it may cause infection. Better to just smear itaround or use a cotton swab to give the dribble-effect.
-Fake blood can be VERY sticky, so be careful if you have to get in acar or another place you don’t want to make a mess of.
COME BE A PART OF WHAT HOPES TO BE BRIGHTON’S LARGEST ZOMBIE WALK.
At least have some fun dressing up and playing a fool. All are welcome. Please spread the word.
There is a facebook group under the Brighton & Hove Network.
See news and interviews about Beach of the dead here: http://www.crawlofthedead.com/