Two Ghost Stories by MR James from Nunkie Theatre
We are delighted to welcome back Nunkie Theatre to Innerpeffray Library, surely one of the most atmospheric of setting for tales of the supernatural.
“Storytelling at its best.” The Stage
Doors open 7pm for a 7.30pm start, bar available .
Casting the Runes
Two stories by M R James
Performed by Robert Lloyd Parry
Montague Rhodes James [1862 – 1936] wrote his ghost stories to perform to friends in the years leading up to WW1. Today they have lost nothing of their power to terrify and amuse. Nunkie Theatre Company returns with two more of James’s very best, in another thrilling one-man show – the scarcely-believable fifth instalment of The M R James Trilogy.
In Casting the Runes we meet the unforgettable ‘Abbot of Lufford, ’ Mr. Karswell – magic lanternist, historian of the occult, and scourge of the academic establishment. The story is perhaps best known for being the source for the classic 1950s horror film ‘Night of the Demon.’ It is partnered here by one of James’s most neglected masterpieces: The Residence at Whitminster in which a dark shadow is cast over the precinct of a peaceful English church…
Performance takes place in the Library. Strictly limited places available.
Doors open at 7pm, bar available until performance starts at 7.30pm.
For tickets, priced £15 each, please book here.