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Blind

Ryots Productions

Tonight is the grand re-opening of The Butcher Library, where acclaimed Historian Alice Levine will take us on a journey through the colourful and sometimes disturbing history of the building. Can evil live in a place? If you're brave enough you can find out; Just sit in the dark with us, and listen... 'Blind' is a 30 minute immersive audio experience that will take place in your own home, alone and in the dark. This performance utilises binaural sound and sensory effects for a true at-home horror experience. All you need to experience 'Blind' is headphones and a dark room.

Monday 18th - Sunday 31st October

On Demand

Online

£6.50

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One Man Poe

Threedumb Theatre

A marathon of the macabre. Using Edgar Allan Poe's original text from the 1840s, one actor faithfully brings his words to life, live on stage. Featuring four of the most terrifying tales in gothic literature, this special tribute to 'the Godfather of Horror' promises a truly spine-chilling theatrical experience. Act 1: The Tell-Tale Heart / The Pit and the Pendulum, Act 2: The Black Cat / The Raven. This is the recording of the livestreamed event. (130 minutes)

Friday 22nd October - Saturday 13th November

On Demand

The Space Online

£5 / £10 / £15 (Choose Your Own Price Level)

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Birdwatching

Anarchy Division

In a forest, in the dead of winter, three people make a horror film. As the temperature drops and the light dies, old hates and fears are uncovered and ignited. Birdwatching is an account of obsession, power, gendered violence, and the ways we each fall apart. This is the recording of the livestreamed event. (60 minutes)

Sunday 24th October - Tuesday 9th November

On Demand

The Space Online

£5 / £10 / £15 (Choose Your Own Price Level)

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Irving Undead

James Swanton

The life and death of Henry Irving, the haunted man who inspired Bram Stoker's Dracula. This bravura resurrection of the greatest horror star of the past comes from award-winning actor James Swanton (Host, Broadcast Signal Intrusion, Frankenstein's Creature), who Kim Newman calls a 'horror star of the future'. This is the recording of the livestreamed event. (90 minutes)

Sunday 24th October - Tuesday 9th November

On Demand

The Space Online

£5 / £10 / £15 (Choose Your Own Price Level)

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To be a bat

Distracted Rat Productions

Moi’s brother Jo is dead and it’s probably all Moi’s fault. In the aftermath, the dregs of their family drift into the uncanny; imagination overtaking reality. Moi meets sometimes-wolf Luna in the cemetery behind their house and together they hunt the ghosts of the ones they’ve lost. A new play that explores an un-reality of magical, corrosive grief, and a queer coming of age fractured by loss. 

Sunday 31st October - Sunday 14th November

On Demand

The Space Online

£5 / £10 /£15 (Choose Your Own Price Level)