Ghost Hunter by Theatre of the Damned
‘Do you know what they are, ghost stories? They’re a place to put things you’re too scared to look at any more.’
Dick runs a ghost tour, and he’s got a great story to tell. It’s the one they all go home talking about. The headliner. It’s about a Ragged School in old York. About something terrible buried beneath the cobbles. It’s about the past. It’s about ghosts. And it’s about to catch up with him.
A new play by Stewart Pringle, writer of As Ye Sow.
‘Jeffrey Mayhew’s direction is faultless…Theatre of the Damned make sure they keep you on the edge of your seat right up to the final line.’
– The Stage
‘an intricate study into why we tell ghost stories … performed with total control by Tom Richards’
– Time Out
‘A play about our need to tell stories and our desire to believe them, The Ghost Hunter raises some troubling questions about human nature.’
– A Younger Theatre
‘the script is tight, intense and unrelenting’
– West End Wilma
‘A carefully crafted piece of old-fashioned storytelling, delivered by a fantastic actor.’
– Views from the God