Set on the island of Guernsey, When Darkness Falls tells the story of John Blondel; a history teacher who runs the local Historical Society. Tonight, as part of the weekly Vlog, a young paranormal expert is giving a talk on the island’s incredible folklore and paranormal history. As John films, the stories unfold and we discover what happens when the wind blows, the seas swell and darkness falls.
Based on true events, this powerful new production by James Milton and Paul Morrissey draws us into dark pasts, revealing disturbing truths and unforgettable terrors. Featuring Will Barton (The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson) and Alex Phelps.
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This play will certainly give you the chills and make you jump
It does lack the means to be the true spine-tingling horror it hopes to be
Eerie tales told with relish
Guernsey’s ghosts leave you cowering in your seat
A pleasurably tense, if convoluted, 90 minutes
This rackety ghost story is effective but bizarre
The production feels somewhat derivative
Date & time
3pm & 7.30pm
This event has socially distanced seating, meaning seats can only be booked in spread out blocks. This is to ensure guests are spaced at a safe distance from each other during the performance.
**Promo codes can not be applied on this show**