You can join Stewart Lee and be part of a spooky variety night this Saturday.

You can join Stewart Lee and be part of a spooky variety night this Saturday.

Is there is a more unusual show happening this week? This Saturday night sees the launch of a series of community events with a twist: the venue is not a converted toilet or a wine bar but a graveyard somewhere in the East End.

Guests are invited to an immersive promenade around the graveyard with pop up performances curated by Martin Soan, followed by comedy from Stewart Lee and shadow puppetry from the award winning Matthew Robins in one of London’s “Magnificent Seven” Victorian cemeteries.

And there’s more. Nigel of Bermondsey will be on hand to supply music and stories, The British Humanist Choir will be singing and Boris & Sergey’s Henry Maynard will be there with his puppets in tow.

Warm clothes, a torch and an umbrella (if it looks like rain) are advised. Blankets will be available on the night as will hot toddies, tea, cake and hot spiced cider from the WI.

For one lucky person, we have a pair of tickets to give away. To get your hands on them, you can enter the competition in one of three ways.

● Follow @ThisIsCabaret on Twitter and re-tweet our post about the competition

● Join the cutest cadre of fans ever on our Facebook page and share our competition image.

● E-mail with the subject line COMPETITION-CEMETERY.

Choose one of the above. The competition’s deadline is 10m on SATURDAY 4 OCTOBER 2014. This Is Cabaret will choose one winner by lucky draw and contact them with details on how to redeem their prize. By submitting an entry to this competition you confirm that you are at least 18 years old and have read and accepted our Terms and Conditions.

For those traditionalists amongst you, tickets for this show can be bought online here.