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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.

Last Orders

The Knock Knock Club

£14 (Previews 8th/9th £12)

Tuesday 8th- Saturday 26th October

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

Old Red Lion

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.

Last Orders

The Knock Knock Club

£14 (Previews 8th/9th £12)

Tuesday 8th- Saturday 26th October

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

Old Red Lion

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.

Last Orders

The Knock Knock Club

£14 (Previews 8th/9th £12)

Tuesday 8th-Saturday 26th October

7.45pm with Matinees Sat, Sun (and Thursday 17th) at 2.30pm

Old Red Lion

Grotesque-Horror-comedy, with metal band "Fuck Slurry" playing original soundtrack live on stage. Come meet the Milkman...IF...YOU...DAIRY! Not for the Lactose Intolerant. "So depraved they make Charles Manson look like Julie Andrews" (BroadwayBaby) "Seriously deranged surreal fun" (Horror Hothouse) "Bloody brilliant" (Velvet Box Office)"Loud, crude and funny" (The Reviews Hub)

The Milkman Cometh

DeadPlant Theatre

£10 (£8 Concessions)

Tuesday 8th- Thursday 10th October

9.30pm

Pleasance Main House

In this autobiographical show Nicholas Vince, Chatterer in Clive Barker's Hellraiser and Kinski in Nightbreed, shares stories from his first encounters with monsters - by torchlight under bedclothes - to the making of the films. He reads excerpts from his favourite horror classics and reveals what it takes to be a monster.

I Am Monsters!

Nicholas Vince

£12 (£10 Concessions)

Tuesday 8th- Thursday 10th October

7pm

Pleasance Main House

This wild and darkly comic journey takes you down the streets and back alleys of modern Dublin, from award-winning writer, Stewart Roche and ground-breaking young Irish theatre collective, The Corps Ensemble. This thrilling new play brings you to places you shouldn't go but want to while asking one question: how well do you really know yourself? Inspired by the world of Edgar Allen Poe.

The Fetch Wilson

The Corps Ensemble

£12 (£10 Concessions)

Friday 11, Sunday 13 & Monday 14 October

11th/14th: 7pm, 13th: 2.30pm

Pleasance Main House

In this autobiographical show Nicholas Vince, Chatterer in Clive Barker's Hellraiser and Kinski in Nightbreed, shares stories from his first encounters with monsters - by torchlight under bedclothes - to the making of the films. He reads excerpts from his favourite horror classics and reveals what it takes to be a monster.

I Am Monsters!

Nicholas Vince

£12 (£10 Concessions)

Tuesday 8th- Thursday 10th October

7pm

Pleasance Main House

Grotesque-Horror-comedy, with metal band "Fuck Slurry" playing original soundtrack live on stage. Come meet the Milkman...IF...YOU...DAIRY! Not for the Lactose Intolerant. "So depraved they make Charles Manson look like Julie Andrews" (BroadwayBaby) "Seriously deranged surreal fun" (Horror Hothouse) "Bloody brilliant" (Velvet Box Office)"Loud, crude and funny" (The Reviews Hub)

The Milkman Cometh

DeadPlant Theatre

£10 (£8 Concessions)

Tuesday 8th- Thursday 10th October

9.30pm

Pleasance Main House

A dark and twisted rollercoaster through the back alleys and mean streets of Dublin. Inspired by the world of Edgar Allan Poe, 'The Fetch Wilson' is a new play from award-winning writer Stewart Roche (Revenant, Tracer). 'Ingeniously written. A seamless thriller' **** The Scotsman **** British Theatre Guide **** EdFringe Review

The Fetch Wilson

The Corps Ensemble

£12 (£10 Concessions)

Friday 11, Sunday 13 & Monday 14 October

11th/14th: 7pm, 13th: 2.30pm

Pleasance Main House

Lovers of scary stories, unite. Adding the fear factor to increasingly popular spoken word nights, storytellers from across the Horrorfest and beyond will share their worst (or should that be best?) nightmares at Blackshaw's fifth annual Scare Slam. Prepare yourself for a night of chilling tales from both sides of the line of veracity.

Scare Slam

Blackshaw Theatre

£12 (£10 Concessions)

Friday 11th October

9.30pm

Pleasance Main House

"I want you to close your eyes and relax." An ancient evil is stirring in the Ecuadorian jungle. Will Garrett pay more than time and money for his eco-tourism? There's blood-thirsty demons, venomous serpents and human sacrifices aplenty in G. M. C. Lewis riotous, trip to the tropics!

The Hypnotist

Monkey's Fist Theatre Company

£12 (£10 Concessions)

Saturday 12th October

2.30pm

Pleasance Main House

Multi award winning sketch villains Casual Violence have been making sad and sinister comedy for a decade. Tonight is their final show: a celebratory double bill (with an interval, they're not monsters) of their finest and most fearsome characters *****- The Skinny / Broadway Baby / ThreeWeeks / Reviews Hub / Brighton Argus / Latest 7

Hang the Suits

Casual Violence

£17.50 (£10 Concessions)

Saturday 12th October

7pm

Pleasance Main House

A twisted, gothic musical tale inspired by Tim Burton and the Brothers Grimm. Starting with audience suggestions, these award-winning improvisers weave a fantastical tale dripping with black comedy, gut-clenchingly playful characters and haunting live music that's different every time. 'Fantastic! Improvisational theatre at its best!' ***** (BroadwayBaby.com). 'Hilarious!' (Colin Mochrie).

Happily Never After

The Maydays

£12 (£10 Concessions)

Sunday 13th October

7pm

Pleasance Main House

This show explores Italian historical facts and legends that inspired gothic classics such as Dracula, the Mummy, Frankenstein and the Woman in Black. The show is divided into vignettes, linked by a sarcastic, devilish host, the Prince of Darkness, who will lead the audience into a journey through ancient horrors

Italian Horror Stories-The Italian Origins of Gothic Horror

Grand Guignol de Milan

£13 (£10 Concessions)

Sunday 13th October

9.30pm

Pleasance Main House

A convict and a free man. An orbitoclast. A locked room. What could possibly go wrong? And also, what is an orbitoclast? Two old friends connect and collide /Righting the wrongs of the class-divide. But is psychosurgery the answer? Or do they just need to hug it out?

Social (Loboto) Mobility

Pomegranate Yesterday

£10 (£7.50 Concessions)

Monday 14th-Tuesday 15th October

7.15pm

Pleasance Stage Space

Do you seek purpose? Do you want to be one of the chosen few? Come, Friend, and join us for a once in a lifetime opportunity. From ONEOHONE Theatre Co, CULT is an interactive exploration of a phenomenon. Something is stirring. From beneath, it rises.

CULT

ONEOHONE Theatre Company

£16.50 (£14 Concessions)

Monday 14th-Wednesday 16th October

9.30pm

Pleasance Main House

J is building a city.
Held in a backyard for 17 years, J seems to finally be trying to make sense of the ordeal.
Or maybe that's just what she's telling us.
It's hard to tell, she just keeps building...
Either way, something's screaming from inside.

Infinity Land

Somna Theatre Company

£10 (£7 Concessions)

Monday 14th October

9.45pm

Pleasance Stage Space

Be bold, be bold, but not too bold, lest that your heart's blood should run cold.' By the company that brought you 'Peaceful' and 'A Curse of Saints', 'Mr Fox' is a brand new take on the gleefully horrific folk tale about a plucky young woman and her mysterious fiance

Mr Fox

The Off-Off-Off-Broadway Company

£8 (£6 Concessions)

Tuesday 15th October

7pm

Pleasance Main House

Notorious for their crimes, what if the likes of Charles Manson turned their 'talents' towards showbiz? Nevermore Theatre takes a stab at separating fame from infamy - all through song and dance of course! Sold out at Edinburgh Horror Festival (2018/2017), SKC is a must see for fans of true crime!

Serial Killer Cabaret

Nevermore Theatre

£12 (£10 Concessions)

Tuesday 15th October

9.45pm

Pleasance Stage Space

In a world where clowns were born to scare, one (accidentally) discovers what it means to make someone laugh. Previously vessels for comedy, tragedy and social commentary; horror has turned red noses into jump scares and Halloween costumes. Clown is here to take them back.

CLOWN

Danse Macabre Productions

£10 (£8 Concessions)

Wednesday 16th October

7pm

Pleasance Main House