Parapsychologist Dr. Goodman is giving a lecture on ghost stories, in which he interviews three people who have had supernatural encounters. Discover the horrors these individuals experienced as their stories are re-enacted on stage, and share in their terror.
Ghose Stories was written by Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman and premiered in 2010, but in those four years few people know much about it. Audiences are sworn to secrecy so as not to spoil the show for others.
The only hint as to what lies behind the curtain is the abject fear written across audience members' faces in the promotional posters. With strong warnings about it not being suitable for those with a 'nervous disposition', it sounds far more intense than your typical 'stories round the campfire'.
It is the sort of play for those who aren't scared easily and are bored by all the scary movies at the cinema. So if your an adrenaline junkie looking to be scared out of your wits, will be a special performance on Halloween at the Arts Theatre at 10.30pm.
Later performances are also scheduled over the Christmas period between the 19th - 31st December with standard tickets £25 - £45. Premium seats are £55, and those brave enough to sit in the front row you can get in for £20.