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Fabio Frizzi Announces Halloween-Themed Concert

10/20/2016
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(Prog) Fabio Frizzi has announced that he will perform a Halloween-themed show Chills In The Chapel at Islington's Union Chapel in London on October 29.

The Italian horror film composer, who created the scores for a number of films by horror producer Lucio Fulci, will play music from various movies, such as Zombie 2 and City Of The Living Dead. A full backing band will accompany Frizzi and his keyboard.

Actress Catriona MacColl, who starred in City Of The Living Dead, will also make a guest appearance. Frizzi last appeared at the venue three years ago in a tribute show for his late collaborator Fulci.

He tells The Movie Waffler: "What I want to bring back to that magical place is the satisfaction of these three years, the story of a project that was born, grew, diversified. A kind of birthday party." Read more here.

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