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The Haunting of Hill House: Review!

For Hallowe’en 2014, CTW present a thrilling and innovative production of this classic piece – you’d be crazy to miss it…tickets are selling quickly, so if you want to see the show this week, book tickets now! The first review is in, and you can see it by going to our Review section here!

We love giving the people what we want, and for Hallowe’en we know people want a damn good scare! Well, look no further for your scare season entertainment! Promising surprises, twists and things that will make you sleep a little less well, we’re very sure you’ll love our next production.

As an added bonus, we’ll be holding a fancy dress after-show party on the last night (Saturday 1st November) – audience members are positively encouraged to dress-up for the event and join us in the bar afterwards!

Remember that there will be a TalkBack session after the Hallowe’en performance for you to ask any burning questions of the cast and creative team!

It’s here! The 2014/15 season has been announced!

After much deliberation, Artistic Director Joe Kennedy has unveiled the 2014/15 season! calendar2

You can see the full list of productions on the menu on the right, but the list is also here!

 

The Birds by Connor McPherson (Daphne Du Maurier)

16th – 20th September 2014

 

The Haunting Of Hill House by F. Andrew Leslie

28th October – 1st November 2014

 

Blackadder’s Christmas Carol by Ben Elton & Richard Curtis

9th – 13th & 17th – 20th December 2014

 

No Sex Please, We’re British by Alistair Foot

20th – 24th January 2015

 

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

3rd – 7th March 2015

 

Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett

15th – 18th and 22nd – 25th April 2015

 

Earthquakes in London by Mike Bartlett

26th – 30th May 2015

 

Stags & Hens by Willy Russell

23rd – 27th June 2015

 

Midsummer by David Greig & Gordon McIntyre

28th July – 1st August 2015