We’re thrilled to be performing A Trilogy of Horrors once again, at the best and spookiest time of year. We’ll be at the White Bear Theatre from the 24th – 28th October (7pm), and as a one off, we’re taking the stories to the Horniman Museum’s Bloody Late on the 19th.
A Trilogy of Horrors
Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart”, a chilling account of one woman’s descent into paranoid madness, which drives them down into the darkest parts of the human soul.
Charles Dickens’ “The Signal Man”, where a schoolmistress tells of an unnerving meeting with a railway signalman, who claims to be visited by a ghost warning him of an oncoming accident.
Mary Shelley’s “The Mortal Immortal”, in which a man tells of his youth where he worked as apprentice to an alchemist trying to create the elixir of life, the key to immortality.
Writers: Robin Hellier, Robert Birchall and John Rushton
Producer: Jenni Goodchild
Director: John Rushton
Cast: Kate Sketchley, Connor Jones and Beth Eyre