The Ghost Light
Written by Michael Punter (Darker Shores, Skerryvore).
At London’s Lyceum, something malign and vengeful is stirring. To prevent its triumph, England’s greatest actor-manager Henry Irving and his personal manager Bram Stoker must unravel the mystery that resides at the heart of their own theatre.
First presented in a sell-out run at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, The Ghost Light is a comedy-thriller about two legends of the theatre, and the birth of a literary legend: Dracula.
Be prepared for an evening of ideas, thrills, scares and magic!
A George Lassos The Moon Production directed by Peter Mould, with Bill Allender as Henry Irving and Matt Turpin as Bram Stoker.
Song To The Siren
Directed by Niall Whitehead and Barbara Ward.
Tales of adventure, danger, magic and mystery, interweave to create an enchanting piece of storytelling which will take the audience on an incredible theatrical journey over and under the waves.
1066 Youth Theatre is an outstanding ensemble for young people, consistently producing engaging and relevant theatre for today.
‘Song To the Siren’ is an entrancing play which explores stories, past and present, to create a spectacular modern theatre production.
Legends of voyagers, pirates, ghosts and mythical creatures are brought to life through this extraordinary drama. A vibrant mix of physical theatre, music, comedy and drama combine to create an inspirational theatrical experience.
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