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CURRICULUM + REGISTRATION

Miskatonic London’s 2017 autumn semester begins September 14, with monthly classes held the second Thursday of each month through December 14, 2017. Students can register for the entire semester, or for individual classes. Students who complete both autumn and spring semesters will be eligible for a graduation diploma after classes end in May 2018.

Registration for the full semester of autumn classes is £35 (includes Miskatonic student card) and individual class tickets are £10 advance / £11 on the door / £8 concessions.

Full semester tickets available HERE >>

Please note to receive notification about the graduation ceremony, a graduation diploma, graduation gift and a Miskatonic student card, we will need you to fill out your name and email address on a form when you attend your first class, as the third-party ticketing system does not provide us with this information.

Please see course pages for individual ticket links.

The Miskatonic London curriculum will vary from year to year.

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THE DIABOLIQUE SCHOLARSHIP

Some people are deterred from attending our classes because of the registration fees. This is where Diabolique Magazine has stepped in to help! Diabolique offers up to five scholarships per school year (September-May) to would-be participants who are unable to cover the costs of yearly registration. To apply for the Diabolique Scholarship you need to simply fill out the one-page application form available HERE and email the completed form to miskatonic.london@gmail.com. Applications for the Autumn 2017 semester are due no later than 5pm (London time) on Friday September 1, 2017.

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UPCOMING COURSES:

  • VIRGINS & VAMPIRES: GOTHIC DAMSELS AND FINAL GIRLS IN THE CINEMA OF JEAN ROLLIN
    VIRGINS & VAMPIRES: GOTHIC DAMSELS AND FINAL GIRLS IN THE CINEMA OF JEAN ROLLIN
    Thu. Sep. 14, 2017 - 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    The Horse Hospital

    Mixing art cinema, fantastique and exploitation, Jean Rollin created a unique cinematic world, transgressive and oneiric, and dominated by the feminine. His films, steeped in the roman noir of the 18th and 19th century via his love for Surrealism, are peopled by damsels in distress who reveal themselves much less vulnerable than they initially appear.

  • VIDEO DUNGEON: HOW TO TALK ABOUT ‘PSYCHOTRONIC CINEMA’
    VIDEO DUNGEON: HOW TO TALK ABOUT ‘PSYCHOTRONIC CINEMA’
    Thu. Oct. 12, 2017 - 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    The Horse Hospital

    To launch his new book VIDEO DUNGEON, Kim will be talking about critiquing films some reckon beyond or beneath or outside criticism, illustrated with clips from the weirdest and rarest films. He will consider critical approaches to what Michael Weldon calls ‘Psychotronic Cinema’ and less perceptive souls write off as ‘junk’.

  • INTO THE DARK: THE MONSTERS AND NIGHTMARES OF HORROR ANIMATION
    INTO THE DARK: THE MONSTERS AND NIGHTMARES OF HORROR ANIMATION
    Thu. Nov. 9, 2017 - 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    The Horse Hospital

    In this illustrated talk, Nag Vladermersky, Director of the London International Animation Festival, will look at the specific forms that horror takes in animation, digging deep into the bowels of the extensive LIAF archive to unearth some of the darkest, weirdest and hellish gems that have screened at the festival over the last 14 years.

  • YULETIDE TERROR: CHRISTMAS HORROR ON FILM AND TELEVISION
    YULETIDE TERROR: CHRISTMAS HORROR ON FILM AND TELEVISION
    Thu. Dec. 14, 2017 - 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    The Horse Hospital

    To celebrate the release of Spectacular Optical’s new book Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television, contributors Stephen Thrower and Derek Johnston will delve into the world of festive fright favourites and obscurities, from American Santa Slashers (and the ensuing controversies) to the quintessentially-English A Ghost Story for Christmas series, providing insight on these subversive film and television presentations that allow viewers to engage in different ways with the complicated cultural history of the Christmas season.

 

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