Meet the Ghost of Chesterton House at Stebbing Village Hall on March 23
PUBLISHED: 14:30 27 February 2019 | UPDATED: 14:30 27 February 2019
A creepy play, where the audience gets involved in the action, called The Ghost of Chesterton House will be at Stebbing Village Hall, on Saturday, March 23.
A live theatre experience (where the audience gets involved in the action) called The Ghost of Chesterton House will be at Stebbing Village Hall, on Saturday, March 23.
The audience is invited into a pop-up Victorian dining room where the ghost story unfolds around them.
This is the story of a man seeking the company of a lodger to help exorcise the ghostly visions that haunt him.
However, as night creeps in, and in a world of failing light and creaking floorboards, they soon discover strange shadows lurking in the dark. Themes explored within the play include social class, isolation and fear, and coupled with a spine-tingling storyline, this production aims to highlight the importance of technical theatre creating special effects.
The play lasts about 50 minutes and there will be four shows that night, at 6pm, 7pm, 8pm and 9pm - for just 14 people for each performance.
The play has been touring London and Essex since October. Reviewers have said: “See it or you will regret it” and “Not for the faint hearted.”
Tickets, £15 from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ghostroomuk.
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