Terrifically Terrifying Tales features original ghost stories written and performed by Patrick Marlowe and Neil D’Arcy-Jones.
The Packing Shed Theatre Company present a new promenade play based on the real life events surrounding the restoration of Colchester Castle in Georgian times.
Despite a hundred years after ‘some’ women first got the vote in this country, and in the middle of the Times Up Now movement, for three special young women living and working in the city, it still feels like the 1950s. But that’s about to change when Cate walks into their lives and shows them what being a witch should be about.
Fancy a Summer scare? Then join the Packing Shed Theatre company for a night of open-air theatre with a horrifying twist. It’s Will Shakespeare meets Wes Craven when two actresses turn up for an Eighties film shoot at an old country house cut off from nowhere. Will they survive the night? Who knows, just tuck yourself up in a blanket, eat that last sausage roll and enjoy the ride.
“It was our imagination, we imagined it.” “All three of us? At the same time?” When Adrian and Lizzy arrive at their friends’ old house for the weekend, the past comes back to haunt them in more ways than one. Memento Mori is our third production. A witty chiller about relationships, love and loss. A Packing Shed Production, written by Patrick Marlowe and Directed by Sarah Chapleo.
George is in search of England, or to be more precise, what it means to be English. He was born English, his parents are English, but he’s not sure whether he is any more. So he’s back to find out. At least, that’s what he says. Colchester author, writer and journalist Neil D’Arcy-Jones’ play about nationality, immigration and love makes its hometown debut following a hit run in London.