From the company who brought you their sell out hit ‘Dracula’ in 2015 comes ‘The Turn of the Screw’, a brand new adaptation of Henry James’ 1898 gothic horror.
The setting for this chilling tale is the beautiful Arnos Vale Cemetery. Join us in the graveyard chapel as we transform its walls into the eerie house of Bly.
There you will meet the Governess, a woman haunted by the mysterious past of her new home, yet enchanted by the children who live in it. She soon comes to realise she must protect the young from the dead; the tortured souls of Peter Quint and Miss Jessel, who are a terrifying presence at Bly and seek to possess the children they once knew.
Are the children somehow complicit? Do the ghosts exist at all…?
Do you dare to hear her story and join us on a dark and cold Autumn night…?
Tickets are £11-£15 + booking fee and you can book here
Fancy wetting your appetite? Watch the trailer here
Kates Kitchen will be selling refreshments and food before the show on Fri 20th and Sat 28th Oct:
Homemade seasonal soup and sourdough bread (served in paper cup) – £3.00
Homemade seasonal quiche & green leaves (served in box) – v £3.50
Takeaway sandwiches from £3.50 each
There will be limited parking on site for visitors. Please use public transport, walk, cycle or find an alternative way of getting here. If you are a Blue Badge holder please email in advance to reserve a parking space (firstname.lastname@example.org) The local streets in Arnos Vale are for resident parking ONLY.