The Witching Hour- Don't Go into the Cellar Theatre Company
|From||26 October 2019 at 7:30 PM|
|To||26 October 2019 at 9:30 PM|
Montague Rhodes James returns with another selection of unsettling tales of antiquarian terror! Brave the horrors lying in wait within "An Episode of Cathedral History"! Witness the spectral malevolent seeking revenge in "A Warning to the Curious"! One-man show and follow-up to our successful touring production of "Old Haunts".
Jonathan Goodwin plays M R James in a show scripted by himself, and directed by Gary Archer.
The company is based in the heart of the West Midlands, and the region has links with some of the greatest Victorian and Edwardian genre writers. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle began his career as a writer while practicing medicine in Birmingham and Fu Manchu's creator, Sax Rohmer, was born there, too. Washington Irving penned his classic horror tale, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" whilst living in Birmingham, and Charles Dickens performed often at the second city's Town Hall, giving the very first public reading of "A Christmas Carol" there in 1853. The famous humourist Jerome K. Jerome, author of "Three Men in a Boat"was born in nearby Walsall. Both he and Dickens were marvellous exponents of the macabre tale when the mood took them, and the spirits of all these nineteenth-century greats haunt our stage-work.
Due to the nature of the performance you must be 14 years or over to attend.
This performance takes place on Saturday 26th October at 7.30pm
Age restriction: 14+ years
Booking- Essential. TICKETS GO ON SALE at 10am on WEDNESDAY 20th FEBRUARY
Online: Book tickets online through Ticketsellers
(please note that there is an additional £1.50 booking fee for online bookings)
In person: from the Selly Manor Museum ticket desk
By phone: by calling us on 0121 472 0199
Free admission to this event does not apply for BVT residents.
TICKETS GO ON SALE AT 10am on WEDNESDAY 20th FEBRUARY
Accessibility: The performance takes place in Minworth Greaves which is on ground level. If you would like to know more or discuss accessibility then please call the Selly Manor Museum team on 0121 472 0199.