After performing ‘The Man Who Left the Titanic’ in 2012 Isosceles Theatre Company returns to Sleaford Playhouse in 2013 with ‘The Haunters’.
No-one ever stayed in the dark, brooding house for very long. There was something wrong there, very wrong. A brilliant doctor takes up residence only to die violently.
What is the terrible secret hidden behind the doors of the house by the river?
When the dead man’s brother decides to investigate he sets in motion a chain of events which will eventually lead him into a vortex of terror. He pursues the truth through the gas-lit, fog-filled streets of Victorian London until eventually he is forced to confront the horrifying truth. There in the flickering shadows of the house of fear the secret of his brother’s death is finally revealed and he finds that perhaps death is only the beginning.
A chilling mystery written by Patrick Prior, directed by Jim Dunk and performed by Pat Abernethy and Dave Marsden.
Tickets are £9, concessions £8, available from Mother Nature in Bristol Arcade, Sleaford, call 01529 303875, or online at sleafordplayhouse.co.uk.
Later this month Hambledon Productions presents An Apple A Day, a slapstick farce, at The Playhouse on Saturday October 26. Tickets are £9 adults and £8 concessions from Hambledon Productions website or call 01472 388019.