South East London Folklore Society

South East London Folklore Society is back!

After a long time away South East London Folklore Society is delighted to be bringing back live folklore talks. From now on on the second Thursday of the month we will be meeting at 8pm upstairs at The Electric Elephant Cafe 186A Crampton St, London SE17 3AE. The nearest underground stations are Kennington & Elephant & Castle.

The Electric Elephant Cafe will be open for meals before & throughout the meeting serving delicious Vegan & Vegetarian food & lovely drinks too!

Our February Talk is on Thursday 9th at 8pm and is

King James VI of Scotland (James I of England) was a fervent believer in the power of witches. He wrote a book about it. He participated in witch trials. He changed the witchcraft laws.

This talk will go into a little more detail on the subject.

The talk is held in the upstairs room of The Electric Elephant and is an inclusive event. Folklore is for all of us.

You can attend for free or choose to make a donation on the night to help cover event costs.

You can roll up on the night or pre-book here: