Fear is the key in The Haunting of Blaine Manor heading for Chesterfield
Award-winning thriller The Haunting of Blaine Manor will offer a masterclass in horror when it tours to Chesterfield this summer.
The play is set in England in the Fifties where an eminent American parapsychologist, who is famous for exposing fake mediums, is invited to a seance in the most haunted building in the country. Even the locals won’t set foot there. But what is waiting for the visitor within the walls is not nearly as horrific as what has entered with him…
The Haunting of Blaine Manor will be staged at Chesterfield Pomegranate Theatre on July 9 and 10 at 7.30pm with a 2pm matinee on the Saturday.
Winner of the Salford Star Best Play of the Year Award in 2017, the story by Joe O’Byrne has been described by critics as scarier than The Woman In Black.
Tickets £18 and £16 (concessions). Go to www.chesterfieldtheatres.co.uk