Ring a ring o’ roses, a pocket full of posies…Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water…No matter how many years it’s been since you last sang these nursery r…
Sweet finish this year’s well-curated Brighton HorrorFest with the interesting Father of Lies, written and originally performed by Sasha Roberts and Tom Worsley.
Is it possible to communicate with the dead? Magicians Griffin and Jones intend to find out.
Cast Iron Theatre returns to Brighton HorrorFest with their hugely popular night of spooky storytelling from local writers.
It was with some trepidation that I entered the auditorium to see Unburied, presented by Hermetic Arts – not least because their website states, amongst other things, that 'H…
Doktor James loves Halloween, it’s the one night he doesn’t try to take over the world.
The world’s most terrifying homage to ITV Nightscreen returns to the South Coast, packed with slides, synthesisers, and scariness.
It was the well-designed poster, an excellent homage to Hammer Horror films from the past, that caught my eye and had me take darkened alleyways, hustle past begging urchins and gi…
An audio drama performed live and scored, produced by the team behind the podcast series Whisper Through The Static.
Brighton Horrorfest 2018 invited audiences to ‘Come to the Castle of Count Jackula’ to see the Foo Foo Fighters’ intriguing and delightfully bloodthirsty burlesque with a Got…
Ushering in the seasons of mists, Jason will be performing original horror stories from across the world: Dream Eaters from Japan, black necromantic magic from Iceland, and a reima…
Do you like scary movies? Halloween Mayhem is the horror-themed improv comedy show where your dream nightmares will all come true!Based entirely on your suggestions, the extreme im…
Thaddeus Bent, author, story-teller, and fear-monger!Down the back of the sofa of your subconcious lie your deepest fears.
Several hundred years in the future, a combination of cataclysmic events results in the extinction of the human race as we know it.
Join the merry macabre Miss Sylvia Sceptre for a Victorian adventure among the spirits.
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