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‘Tea with Oscar Wilde’
Ladies, Gentlemen, Etc... You are all cordially invited to the 1880’s wittiest “Chit-Chat” show
where a gay time is guaranteed! You’ll be ‘Wilde’ about who he has on his chaise...
The popular modern chat show reimagined for the Victorian age, hosted by the
acclaimed wit of the era, Oscar Wilde. Following the now familiar format, guests
include a selection of some of the ‘celebrities’ of the day. Packed with gossip, song
and humour - and a few surprises - this light-hearted performance invites the audience
to experience the 1890’s wittiest “chit-chat” show.
Plenty of audience interaction... and maybe cucumber sandwiches & Pimms!
“This is much more than a show; it is really a theatre experience,
being both immersive and interactive...”
‘Penny Dreadful! - or, Mrs Lovett’s Revenge!’
There are chills and chuckles in abundance with this original one-woman show featuring Sweeney Todd's
partner in crime, Mrs Lovett! Be appalled by a plethora of other grotesque characters from the cheap and grisly
pages of the Victorian era's penny dreadful papers, in a theatrical comedy suitable for children and the young at
heart. Go on have a close shave with Mrs Lovett... She'd love to have you for dinner...
audience participation. Packed with dark humour guaranteed to delight the young...
and the not so young! Specially devised for families.
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Penny Dreadful is a fast-paced one-woman show featuring mult-role play and lots of
‘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.”
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‘Morbid Curiosities Queens of Victorian Horror’
Be chilled by the Queens of Victorian horror fiction with our theatrical portmanteau of vintage blood-curdlers!
This original stage thriller features all-new adaptations of “The Yellow Wallpaper”, “The Old Nurse's Story”
and “John Charrington's Wedding”. Allow the ghouls of the nineteenth-century to crawl from their crypts, as we
show how the female of the species can be even deadlier than the male...
“Twisted Jackanory... Designed to scare!”
Morbid Curiosities: Queens of Victorian Horror celebrates some of the finest
gothic literature from female authors of the19th Century. A unique adaptation
featuring a female duo, multi-role play, sound effects and atmospheric lighting.
A truly chilling and claustraphobic production!
‘Murder by Gaslight’
A ghoulish audience with two of the most infamous poisoners in British history - William Palmer
and Harvey Crippen. We invite you to encounter these murderous men of medicine as the diabolical
doctors regale you with their case histories, and invite you to judge for yourselves whether they
were in fact, guilty as charged!
“An entertaining evening where, despite the grim subject matter,
humour is never far from the surface.”
The nineteenth century is drawing to an end, and a brave new world is set to dawn. But the new age of
enlightenment and reason will soon be challenged, and scientific fact cast asunder, when the charismatic
preacher, Frankenstein, shocks Britons to the core with his claims. For the Reverend can communicate
with the dead, and those sceptics intolerant of his beliefs will soon pay for their blasphemy.
“...A new approach to well-loved material.””
years of the nineteenth century, we twist the theme from Science to Spiritualism. Featuring
two actors and multiple role-playing... with maybe just a little audience participation!
Frankenstein 1899 is a unique reimagining of the classic gothic horror. Set in the final few
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‘Jekyll the Ripper’
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?
‘Terror on the Tracks’
Journey back to the days of steam, where untold menace could be found lurking in the tunnels, set to leap
out of the darkness to ensnare the unwary! An original stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' "The Signal-
Man" and other tales of menace and melodrama are the bill of fare on offer to those brave enough to join us.