Spring Play Season 2018: The Signalman

Presented by Rumpus Theatre Company

Written by John Goodrum based on Charles Dickens' classic ghost story

Show Dates, Times & Tickets

Tue 30 January 2018 to Sat 03 February 2018

At Pomegranate Theatre

Starts Evenings 7.30pm, Wed Matinee 2pm, Sat Matinee 3pm.

Part of the Spring Play Season 2018.

Spine chilling play.

Who is the faceless figure by the tunnel warning the haunted signalman?

In this eerie version of Charles Dickens’ classic Victorian ghost story, a terrified signalman unburdens himself to the young student who chances upon his railway cutting. He tells a chilling tale of the spectre that haunts him, and the terrible disasters that follow each appearance...but what horror is the ghost trying to warn of this time? And is the young man’s visit quite so innocent as it at first appears?

“A triumph. From the mysterious opening to the dramatic close, it held the audience, both young and not so young, enthralled” (Derbyshire Times)

“a classic and complex ghost story climaxing in a terrifying ordeal ... much enjoyed by an audience drawn from a surprisingly broad age range” (remotegoat.co.uk)

“A clever blend of An Inspector Calls and The Woman in Black  ... an evening of old-fashioned spooky fun” (Kentish Times)

BOOK 3 SPRING PLAY SEASON PLAYS FOR THE PRICE OF 2. SHOWS ARE LOOK CAUGHT IN THE NET, WEEKEND BREAKS AND THE SIGNALMAN. ONLY AVAILABLE WHEN CALLING THE BOX OFFICE 01246 345 222.

Spring Play Season: Caught in the Net
Tuesday 16 - Saturday 20 January 2018

Spring Play Season: Weekend Breaks
Tuesday 23 - Saturday 27 January 2018

Spring Play Season: The Signalman
Tuesday 30 Jan - Sat 3 February 2018 

 

Ticket Information

Spring Play Season Offer: See 3 plays for the price of 2!

£20 (Concessions £19)
Child £17
Group 10+ £18
School 10+ £16

Standby Tickets

16-25 Standby £7.50
Newbie Standby £7.50
Available on day of performance from 10am*

FOP 2016 Friends save 20% Discount, bookable by calling Box Office 01246 345 222.

 

Each ticket price advertised above includes a £1 booking fee . No matter how you book (online, phone, in person) or how you pay (cash, credit/debit card, voucher), the fee will always be the same

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