thebestcellar@gmail.com    07867 942 490 ©’Don’t Go Into The Cellar!’   2018   All rights reserved PERFORMANCE DATES ‘The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes’ The greatest fictional sleuth of all time springs back to life in these stirring adaptations of the Conan Doyle classics. A high-energy one-man show, featuring a plethora of dashing heroes, villainous rogues and vintage thrills! Featuring the great detective recounting highlights of his crime-busting career. The show also includes autobiographical snippets detailing his life and times, the adversries he has faced and myseries he has solved. The performance is  an affectionate one-man homage to the world’s greatest detective that includes quick costume changes and wry humour. “... a real crowd pleaser and a must-see for any fans of Holmes, Victoriana and adventure.” Read a review of the show ‘A Pandemonium of Poe’ Be chilled by an evening's eerie entertainment, with this original theatrical anthology of a selection of Poe's finest feats of fear-filled fiction! Be guided by the sinister Dr Trevellyan as he leads you into the deepest recesses of the human psyche. Along the way you will encounter such stark terror as may shatter the senses! But will you emerge from the shadows alive... ? Classic tales from Gothic horror’s most famous author. Presented as a one-man show, the audience is invited to a symposium on obsession. A claustrophobic atmosphere prevails in a  production which features a delightful ‘twist in the tale’! ‘The Witching Hour’ Montague Rhodes James returns with another selection of unsettling tales of antiquarian terror! Brave the horrors lying in wait within "An Episode of Cathedral History"! Witness the spectral malevolent seeking revenge in "A Warning to the Curious"! One-man show and follow-up to our successful touring production of  "Old Haunts". Presenting the final installment of our M R James triology, ‘The Witching Hour’ sees the author in his later years. Dramatic story-telling combined with lighting and sound effects deliver a fitting conclusion to our unique take on the works of the twentieth century’s finest ‘Ghost Writer!’ ‘Dracula’s Ghost’ This spine-tingling original theatrical show tracks the vampire king from his destruction at the hands of  Van Helsing, through his many incarnations down the centuries. His sole confidante is the grieving  widow of Bram Stoker, whose past and future selves are inextricably linked to the Count. An intriguing and inventive piece featuring two actors, multi-role playing and lashings of  grand guignol!  “Beautifully crafted... An intelligent insight into the mind of the immortal.” Read a review of the show ‘Whitechapel Freaks’ The year is 1888, and London is in terror at the murder spree being committed by Saucy Jack! Why not seek respite from the horrors of Whitechapel by spending the evening inside Tabram's Music Hall? Fairy Fay guarantees a ripping time will be shared by one and all... A macabre cabaret of Victorian songs, weird skits and disturbing vignettes wherein you will meet a miscellany of suspects in unfamiliar guises. But which one is the Ripper? ‘Stuff and Nonsense’ Enjoy an audience with Mr Edward Lear, King of the Nonsense Rhyme and Loopy Limerick! Allow him to entertain you with tall tales concerning his life and times, the people, flora and fauna he encountered along the way, and his own inimitable philosophy of life. Oh, and a certain owl and a particular pussycat are both guaranteed! Aimed at introducing modern audiences to the wonderful word-play of Edward Lear, this  one-man show combines his much loved works with fascinating insights into one of  classic literatures greatest creative minds. Music and multi-role play (and maybe a lttle  audience participation!) makes this a charming addition to our new programme.