This play won’t give you sleepless nights. It does give you rich historical detail. I imagine anyone who enjoys ghost stories went rushing home to Google Guernsey’s dark history.
Alex Phelps and Will Barton star opposite another in tense two-hander When Darkness Falls, set in Guernsey and inspired by local paranormal folklore. We talked to them about the play and things that go bump in the night.
When Darkness Falls, James Milton and Paul Morrissey’s ‘eerie’, ‘entertaining and ominous’ evening of Guernsey ghost stories, has certainly spooked critics.
When Darkness Falls officially opens tonight (23 August 2021) at London’s Park Theatre, where it runs until 4 September 2021 only ahead of a regional tour. Sneak a peek at the progress of this spine-tingling new ghost story from rehearsal room to stage.
New spine-chilling ghost story When Darkness Falls finally gets its premiere this month at London’s Park Theatre, where it will run for a limited season from tomorrow 18 August to 4 September 2021. Time to get booking!
How did an off-the-cuff response to a Theatre 503 show lead to The Ballerina premiering in New York before coming to his year’s VAULT Festival. Playwright Anne-Sophie Marie explains. Read her interview then book your tickets!
Here is a snapshot of my favourite theatre from the past 10 years, the plays that stand out most in my memory, the ones I talk about if people ask.
How are your nerves? Can they take the tension-piling, knuckle-whitening short new trailer for thriller You Game? Give it a watch, then book your tickets.
Can you deduce the twists, turns, truths and lies of new thriller You Game from these just released rehearsal images? Take a look at the gallery, then book your tickets.
Playwright Sam Ra tells us why Sleuth inspired her to create new thriller You Game and what difference it makes switching the gender of one of its characters. Read the interview, then book your tickets.
Thriller fans are in for a white-knuckle treat this winter as Sam Ra’s new drama You Game brings its twisty, turny tale to RADA Studios. Time to book those tickets.
British colonial rule, music and male friendship – Nick Lane, the director and adapter of Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four tells us what these and more have to do with bringing the famous detective to the stage. Read what he has to say, then book your tickets.
You don’t need to be a world renowned detective or even an amateur sleuth to discover more about Blackeyed Theatre’s thrilling stage production Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four – just watch their fantastic trailer and check out the marvellous production images… then book your tickets!
A missing parent, murderous plans and missing gems – super sleuth Sherlock Holmes has his work cut out for him in The Sign Of Four, Blackeyed Theatre’s acclaimed adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel coming to Greenwich Theatre in May. I deduce you should be booking your tickets now.
“A plot worthy of Inside No. 9” – could there be a greater compliment to pay We Know Now Snowmen Exist? Take a look at what reviewers said about the all-female claustrophobic thriller, then rush to book tickets as there are only a couple of days left to see it!
Infrasound frequency, unsolved mysteries, paranoia and raising the profile of Cumbrian theatre – director Lexie Ward tells us why she’s so excited about bringing acclaimed all-female thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist to The Space this week. Read her interview, then book your tickets!
Prepare yourself to be spooked as the new trailer for Cumbrian thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist gives away some of the facts that make true story behind this play such a shocking mystery. Have a watch, then book your tickets… if you dare!
While there’s nothing inherently terrifying about sleeping bags and bobble hats – unless the thought of a camping holiday gives you heart palpitations – you can sense the horror, and also some fun, in these production images of We Know Now Snowmen Exist.
Inspired by a horrifying true story, five-star thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist brings its tale of icy terror to London later this month, playing from 19 to 23 March at The Space. Book your tickets now… if you’re brave enough!
In Wait Until Dark, the real tour de force is Karina Jones, who herself was registered blind at the age of 13.
- Page 1 of 2