FREE AUDIO TRAIL
"Are you a Ghost-Hunter?"
An Audio Trail of The Old Church
Radical histories...Soul journeys...Time Travel...Night Creatures...
All you need is a phone and headphones to unlock the stories of The Old Church.
Start point: the archway with the lantern,
The Old Church, Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 9ES.
Time: 19 mins, this is a self-directed audio trail.
With thanks to Tania Aubeelack and Nana Fani-Kayode for research and inspiration.
Please follow the pink pathway show in the map to the right, because the monuments are fragile.
"Are you a Ghost-Hunter?" An Audio Trail of The Old Church is on On The Record production.
Creative Producer - Laura Mitchison
Sound Designer - Gareth Fry
Illustration - Joanna Layla
Oral History Voices - Abstract Benna, Jean Sprackland, Sam Lee, Nana Fani-Kayode, Tania Aubeelack, Charles Foster and Stoke Newington High School Students.
Music: Sam Lee
This audio tour features 'Bonnie Bunch A Roses' [ sung a cappella], 'Lay This Body Down [sung a cappella] and 'Lay This Body Down' [album recording, licensed courtesy of Cooking Vinyl Limited, performed by Sam Lee and produced by Bernard Butler.
'Bonnie Bunch A Flowers' is a Napoleonic originating with a Romany Singer called Freda Black.
'Lay This Body Down' is a spiritual originating with formerly enslaved oarsman from the South Carolina Islands.