The Witching Hour

She died. Her curse lives on.

The long-anticipated London premiere of James Williams’ critically acclaimed ghost play opens for a strictly limited run this July, following the current national tour.

London, dare you join us for the most terrifying tale yet? Book now for the best seats and prices.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Guaranteed to give you chills and thrills” Bum on a Seat
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “The scares come thick and fast” West End Best Friend

Brace yourselves for the ghost story experience of the year. From the creators of the sell-out ghost plays, The Wicked Lady and The Orphanage, comes the most terrifying tale yet.

Blood will have blood on the Witches’ Sabbath. Disbelieved by some, avoided by many. It is those who know the most about the unspeakable horrors of this place who say the least.

Erin and Sam soon realise that their trip to Torhill Wood will not pass without their fair share of witchcraft and murder – can they make it out alive or have they disturbed too much?

The unnerving history, weaved with screams and torture, leave all who visit clutching the unshakeable feeling that the curse can only be kept buried for so long. Tempers boil over in this melting pot of witch trials and rumours.

With fear and dread consuming them, this terrifying ghost story transcends time and place until all those who enter are left scrambling for a way out.

This production contains moments of extreme shock and tension and is recommended for those aged 14+. Strobe lighting, loud noises and strong language are present at points throughout.

Director James Williams
Set & Lighting Design Alex Johnson
Sound Design Dan Clarkson
Original Compositions Ashley MA Walsh
Associate Set & Lighting Joanne Marshall
Associate Director Alexandra Whiteley

Date/Time: 15 - 18 July @ 7.30pm. 19 July @ 5pm and 8pm. 20 July @ 3pm and 7.30pm
Tickets: £29.50 - £39
Book online HERE
Watch the trailer HERE