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Fred Strangebone Performs Comedy...

Theatre in the Bin

Fred Strangebone is all alone, performing a comedy show for the first time without other characters. An unsettled clown in a society that rejects or more often abuses him, Fred draws audiences into his weird world with a unique style of deadpan, creeping comedy. Master of the uncomfortable silence, Fred uses satire, poetry and physical humour along with the bizarre jokes inspired by his peculiar life and history. A performance by Fred Strangebone is an experience you won’t forget…no matter how hard you try.

Tuesday 26th October

8.00pm

The Space

£10

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Lachlan Werner: Voices of Evil

Pointy Finger Productions

Ventriloquism as you've never seen it! The Exorcist with puppets! Lachlan Werner (ventriloquist, clown) presents an hour of frights, where demonic voices come from every corner. With surprising queer physical comedy, subversive improvisation and "clear talent for his craft" (Steve Bennett) Werner promises a horrifyingly funny night. (60 minutes)

Tuesday 26th - Wednesday 27th October

6.30pm

Pleasance Downstairs Space

£8 (£6 concessions)

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Mary Shelley: Muthamonster

House of Macabre

Mary is pissed. She lives in the shadow of the monster she created. Grappling with fame, scandal, sex, opium and motherhood; it's time to set the record straight. This fiercely rebellious one-woman show is a comedy-punk-rock retelling of the life of Frankenstein's author, the Mutha of all Monsters. (60 minutes)

Tuesday 26th - Wednesday 27th October

8.30pm

Pleasance Downstairs Space

£13 (£11 concessions)

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Tales of the Crypt Cabaret - CANCELLED

Rock n Roll Cabaret

Tales of the Crypt Cabaret is showing exclusively at the London Horror Festival only. Let our Crypt Mistress Marquissa Darq introduce you into a titillating and spine tingling world where burlesque and cabaret acts tell tales of characters that go bump in the night. Livestreamed performance: 28th October (60 minutes)

Tickets

Wednesday 27th - Thursday 28th October

8.00pm

The Space

£15 (£12 concessions)

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Nightmares

Shock Horror Theatre

Nightmares is a horror musical that tells the story of a man, plagued with nightmares and visions who wakes up with no memory of who he is or what he has done. And what is going on with that corpse in the cellar? You are about to enter his nightmarish world, where nothing is as it seems, building to an absolutely insane third act. Nightmares is exactly that, a nightmare... (60 minutes)

Thursday 28th October

6.00pm

The Space/Online Watch Party

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

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Whose Brain Is It Anyway?

DeadPlant Theatre

Beckenham's third most successful improv group. A missing member on their biggest show to date. A zombie apocalypse. What could go wrong? Critically acclaimed DeadPlant Theatre return with a brand new grotesquely gory and laugh out loud comedy. This show is a no brainer! "So depraved they make Charles Manson look like Julie Andrews." (60 minutes)

Thursday 28th October, Saturday 30th October

28th 6.30pm, 30th 2.30pm

Pleasance Downstairs Space

£10 (£8 concessions)

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Nightmare Magic

David Alnwick

A ghost story told with magic. When Robert Blake discovers a coded journal in his late Uncle's attic he enlists my help, his oldest friend, to decipher it. Join me as I demonstrate our supernatural findings. Previous Reviews: ****(World Magic Review) ****(Broadway Baby) ****(Fringe Guru) (60 minutes)

Thursday 28th - Friday 29th October

8.30pm

Pleasance Downstairs Space

£15 (£13 concessions)

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A Simple Tale of Love

Rude Raven Productions

Molly is broken by her marriage to a cheating vicar and beaten down by the constant jibes at work, but then a sinister stranger called JD with a terrifying secret enters her life. And together they find love through a Salsa dance. Both poignant and absurd; reflecting humanity's complexities. (60 minutes)

Friday 29th October

6.30pm

Pleasance Downstairs Space

£9 (£8 concessions)

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To be a bat

Distracted Rat Productions

Moi's brother Jo is dead and its probably all their fault. But Moi meets sometimes-wolf Luna in the cemetery 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. Livestreamed performance: 31st October (60 minutes)

Friday 29th - 31st October

29th-30th 6.30pm, 31st, 2.00pm & 6.30pm

The Space

£13 (£11 concessions)

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Stop it.

Christopher Blackmore

Cascade down a meta horror hole as you invite yourself into an abandoned immersive show that is begging to be stopped. Witness twisted interactive design, as actors cling onto their sanity whilst trying to stay on script. You should question every fringe of reality. And try and stop it, please. (60 minutes)

Friday 29th - Sunday 31st October

29th-30th 8.30pm, 31st 4.00pm & 8.30pm

The Space

£15 (£12 concessions)

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Spirit Box

George Rennie and Sarah Gain Productions

In the wake of tragedy, Master Redlaw wants to be left alone, but the birds have other ideas. Channeling online ghost-hunting communities and the soul of Victorian Gothic, Spirit Box explores the paranormal, identity, and deception in a world where we can all find ourselves trapped inside a box. (60 minutes)

Saturday 30th - Sunday 31st October

6.30pm

Pleasance Downstairs Space

£13 (£11 concessions)

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The Day That Them Orbs Arrived!

Devils Picnic Productions

As the world is being turned upside down by the arrival of mysterious yet seemingly benign floating orbs, a few locals in a Cornish pub must make the impossible decision, do they run, hide or drink?? (60 minutes)

Saturday 30th October

8.30pm

Pleasance Downstairs Space

£10 (£8 concessions)

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One From The Vaults Live!

Sinema Society and Medium Rare Productions

Join cinephiles Warren, Rufus & Clint for a Live Recording of their hit* podcast all about the lost movies of the infamous Anvil Studios. This special episode digs up the sinister truth behind the low-budget British filmmakers 1961 horror anthology masterpiece 'Beverley Anvil's Night-Scares!' *over 17 listeners to date. (60 minutes)

Sunday 31st October

2.30pm & 8.30pm

Pleasance Downstairs Space

£13 (£11 concessions)