Scare Slam

Scare Slam

A night of chilling storytelling Lovers of scary stories, unite. Adding the fear factor to increasingly popular spoken word nights, storytellers from across the Horrorfest and beyond will share their worst (or should that be best?) nightmares. 

Black Shuck

Black Shuck

Part of the London Horror Festival 2016 Ruminating on the local myth of ghostly dog 'Black Shuck', two (inept) would-be smugglers await a shipment on the Norfolk Coast. Join us, where comedy meets horror in this hour-long new play by Duncan Han 

If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You

If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You

Casey and Mikey cannot escape: not from who they are, not from how their lives have moulded them and, more immediately, from the rooftop onto which they have just clambered. An essential part of committing robbery and theft is planning the escape and that’s the bit that just went wrong... 

The Wall

The Wall

"The holidays are like a microwave. It’s over before you know it." Meet Barry, Michelle, Norma and Rab. A wall in small-town Scotland becomes the centre of the world for 4 teenagers searching for love and identity in D... 

Rachel's Café

Rachel's Café

“Everyone is Welcome – No Exceptions” is the motto of Rachel’s Café in Bloomington, Indiana, a university town with a liberal and artistic ambience and pretensions. Rachel is a transsexual, and in her rather makeshift café (chairs not matching, menu misspelt) regales us as she closes up with the story of a life which led to this moment...