The Book of Darkness & Light
@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, HexhamBook Now
06 December 2017
Up to £14.50
Presented by Adam Z. Robinson in association with Little Mighty
Three chilling tales. Two ghostly performers. One thrilling night.
Legend has it that many years ago a book of terrifying tales was found. Now, you are invited to discover the secrets of The Book of Darkness & Light… If you dare!
Join The Storyteller and The Musician for an evening of ghost stories for Christmas and haunting live music. Three spine-tingling tales to delight and horrify, accompanied by the beautiful sounds of the violin. Be thrilled, chilled and thoroughly entertained by this charming storytelling experience. But, be warned, once the pages of the book are opened… anything could happen.
“A gripping, ghostly tale.” Leeds Living
“…the music heightens the suspense in the room as [The Storyteller] draws the audience into his narrative web.” Stagetalk Magazine
Note: The stories in The Book of Darkness & contain moments of shock, tension and gothic themes. The show is not suitable for younger children. The responsibility for any children present rests entirely with their parent/guardian. These stories may also be unsuitable with people of a nervous disposition. These stories may also be unsuitable with people of a nervous disposition.
Age recommendation: 14years +
Audiences have called The Book of Darkness & Light “Mesmerising”, “The best piece of theatre I’ve seen in years”, “Atmospheric & creepy” and “Beautifully haunting storytelling.”
Stories written and performed by Adam Z. Robinson
Music composed and performed by Ben Styles
Dramaturgy by Dick Bonham
Produced by LittleMighty
Photo credit: Jon Foxley-Evans
Running time: 80 mins approx
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