H.P. Lovecraft’s The Temple – Michael Sabbaton
It is 1917. When a strange ivory, carved head comes into the possession of the commander of the U-29, the submarine becomes cursed as it is drawn into a spiralling descent of dissention and madness. Nightmares and visions of dead sailors begin to haunt the crew. An explosion disables the U-boat’s ability to surface and as it is pulled to the depths by an uncharted, underwater current a demonic, siren song begins to drive the crew towards insanity and death.
Appealing to a cult audience across an expansive popular culture, The Temple stands as an epic influence on the horror/sci-fi genre. Full of subtle terror, Sabbaton weaves this character driven tale into a one man tapestry of atmospheric, intimate theatre.
‘Sabbaton convey’s the staggering ambition of the original text with an added degree of psychological depth’ What’s on Stage
‘Sabbaton’s intense performance brings out the claustrophobic sense of being trapped in the enclosed space of the submarine’ What’s on Stage
‘Sabbaton presents the Captain’s demise and horror so that we feel his choking isolation’ The Public Reviews
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