There’s an eerie presence and a howling wind sweeping through South London this Christmas. Forget tinsel and fairy lights and make a date to be scared in the Brockley Jack ghostly spine-chiller, The Haunting.
Hugh Janes weaves together the ghost stories of Charles Dickens to create a classic tale of mystery and suspense to make this a Yuletide show to remember.
An ancient manor house stands decaying on a bleak and windswept moor.
When David Filde, a young book dealer from London, arrives to catalogue the rare and valuable library of Lord Gray, it seems that someone or something does not want him to complete his work.
Disturbed by incidents both inexplicable and unnerving, Filde must convince the sceptical Lord Gray to confront the truth about what is causing them.
As they look for answers within the crumbling mansion, the two men unleash a terrifying chain of events.
The Jack’s annual festive production is directed by Kate Bannister and produced by the same team behind the Shipwrecked! The Mystery of Irma Vep, Ghost Train and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
The Haunting runs at The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre from December 8-January 3. Suitable for the over 10s.