WORDS: Gareth E. Rees & Gary Budden
A live performance of Rye’s Valhalla, in which Rees and Budden become disorientated on the Sussex coast.
Unofficial Britain’s editor, Gareth E. Rees, recommends some haunting books about place, memory and culture.
Emilia Ong on the chilling vision of a Covid testing centre in a Margate car park
In this video presentation, Gareth E. Rees takes you on a visual journey through the unexpected places he visits in his book, ‘Unofficial Britain’
On an ill-fated supermarket car park walk during the pandemic, Gareth E. Rees ends up stalking the undead beside an abandoned roundabout
Irish storyteller Helena Byrne, place writer Marcel Krueger & Gareth E. Rees discuss the importance of folklore, bizarre stories and urban myths in the contemporary world
Emilia Ong’s meditation on alienation and strangeness on a walk by the amusement arcades of a British seaside town