The Demon of Kensington by Matthew Watt
Riveting entertainment is promised in this blood curdling offering from CADS during the Halloween period this autumn. Edinburgh Festival veterans CADs are delighted to showcase new Bristol writing with this play
Riveting entertainment is promised in this blood curdling offering from CADS during the Halloween period this autumn. Edinburgh Festival veterans CADs are delighted to showcase new Bristol writing with this play.
Conjuring up a blood-sucking menace, prowling the streets of London, preying upon the downtrodden of Victorian England, this show combines heart stopping terror with moments of side splitting humour. Discover the curious events that unfold as Lady Isabelle Danford arranges her marriage, a union that will unite two aristocratic families and guarantee her a life in a gilded cocoon.
Grip the sides of your seat as you are bewitched and drawn into a world of mistrust and intrigue where high society meets the supernatural. Boasting a special purpose-built stage set and lavish costumes replicating the Victorian era, this show is your perfect choice for a fun evening out. On for four nights only, it is excellent value for money and a rare chance to support new Bristol playwrighting.
The Demon of Kensington by Matthew Watt.
Westbury Park Methodist Church, 4 North View, Westbury Park, Bristol BS6 7QB.
From Wednesday 31 October to Saturday 3 November (inclusive) doors 7pm for 7:30pm start.
Tickets �8/�6 concs, reserve online at bristolcads.org.uk
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