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SHIVERS: spine-chilling tales read to the accompaniment of the theremin and other unnerving live sound. Tonight: debauchery and damnation in Marjorie Bowen's neglected classic, THE BISHOP OF HELL.

"SHIVERS is an unusual theatrical experience - part concert, part creepy Jackanory" - TheReviewsHub.

Learn more: www.sinistermasterplan.com/shivers/

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Shivers: The Bishop of Hell

Sinister Masterplan

£10 (£8 Concessions)

Monday 21st October

7.15pm

Pleasance Stage Space

Chamber Piece Theatre returns with a trilogy of chilling tales, certain to upset your sleeps. Stare into the face of fear, the psyche of a madman, the heart of the beast! A warning to the curious - this show has been designed to penetrate your mind.

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Late Night Horror

Chamber Piece Theatre

£7 (£5 Concessions)

Monday 21st-Wednesday 23rd October

9.45pm

Pleasance Stage Space

It's mother's birthday, and sisters Jocasta and Jupiter are making their annual visit. The souffle is on the rise, the rose is on ice, and they have murder on their minds. But will the sisters get to give their darling mother the ultimate present, or does she have other plans...?

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Mother Must Die?!

Fantastic Garlands

£8 (£6 Concessions)

Tuesday 22nd October

7.15pm

Pleasance Stage Space

Above breathing, above screaming for help, laughter always wins control over the larynx, so prepare to risk everything as acclaimed comedy double-act The Electric Head present a divinely-comic retelling of Dante's Inferno, in this terrifying live radio recording, and discover that, after 700 years, Hell has had to modernise.

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Go to Hell!

The Electric Head

£10 (£8 Concessions)

Wednesday 23rd October

7.15pm

Pleasance Stage Space

Underground cult hit horror comedy podcast The Unseen Hour makes its highly anticipated return for a Halloween special. A surreal radio drama live on stage with three actors playing ten roles and creating live foley sound effects, plus guest performances and live music in a brand new tale of the uncanny, the macabre and the absurd.

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The Unseen Hour

Unseen Things

£10 (£8 Concessions)

Thursday 24th October

7.15pm

Pleasance Stage Space

In fringe theatre, no one can hear you scream: one hour, one woman, one cult movie.The sell out Edinburgh Fringe show returns celebrating 40 years of the horror classic.
Katy Schutte tackles the entire movie alone (with a cat).

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One Woman Alien

Cast Iron Theatre

£10 (£8 Concessions)

Thursday 24th October

9.45pm

Pleasance Stage Space

Come see this year's Playwriting Competition winner: Grey Widow by Lady Aria Grey. Recently widowed and wracked with regret, Lady Aria Grey returns to the church for guidance. But even as she tries to wash away her sins, those very sins come back to haunt her in the form of her dead husband’s ghost. What follows is a crepuscular clash between living, dead, woman, and man, as Lady Aria fights the demons within and without her.

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Playwriting Comp Winner

London Horror Festival in conjunction with Danse Macabre Productions

£10 (£8 Concessions)

Friday 25th October

7.15pm

Pleasance Stage Space

Enter the world of queer Asian cabaret and experience the pleasures of The Bitten Peach, the Pan-Asian performance collective featuring a stellar lineup of the UK's legendary queens, kings and creatures of the Far East. Devour the forbidden fruit and join us for this SLAYsian dynasty's comedy cabaret slashup!

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Not Another Asian Horror

The Bitten Peach

£15 (£12 Concessions)

Friday 25th October

9.45pm

Pleasance Stage Space

THEY SAY THIS PLACE IS HAUNTED.
So we stayed overnight, turned on our cameras, pointed our microphones into the dark and asked 'who's there?'
In 'Last Orders' we present our findings - the uncanny, the unnatural and the unexplainable - as more than 600 years of history clamours to be heard.

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Last Orders

The Knock Knock Club

£14 (Preview Tickets £12 on 8th/9th)

Tuesday 8th-Saturday 26th October

7.45pm, Matinees Sat, Sun (and Thurs 17th): 2.30pm

Old Red Lion