Prince of Darkness
As part of our Hallowe'en festivities at the Coffin Works, we're devilishly excited to be welcoming Don't Go Into the Cellar Theatre back with a new show.
Famed Edwardian actor, Vincent Griswold, prepares to perform as Edgar Allan Poe in a stage-play based on the author’s life, but Griswold’s obsession with the dead writer begins to threaten his own sanity and the lives of those around him in this compelling psychological melodrama.
Jonathan Goodwin performs in a show written by Goodwin, and directed by Gary Archer.
This performance will take place at the Coffin Works, in one of its heritage spaces. It’s advisable to wear coats, as rooms in the Victorian factory can be chilly. No food or drink allowed during the performance.
Early bird (in this instance a raven, naturally) tickets are £10 each and will be available until 13th September.
After 13th September, prices are: Adults – £15, Children over 12/Students – £12
Tickets available through ArtTickets, on sale now.
Please be aware that this performance is not suitable for children under the age of 12, due to its subject matter.Add your own events
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