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The Ghost’s Touch

Start
September 21, 2017 7:30 pm
End
September 23, 2017 10:00 pm
Address
NEW THEATRE ROYAL LINCOLN, CLASKETGATE, LINCOLN, LN2 1JJ   View map
Phone:
01522 519999

£10.00£21.00

 

Thursday 21 – Saturday 23 September at 7.30pm / Saturday matinee 2.30pm

Matinee ticket deals:

£10 Matinee ticket only

£12.50 Matinee ticket and Tea & Cake (advance booking only)

 

Rumpus Theatre Company presents

Wilkie Collins’

The GHOST’S TOUCH!

 

a haunting play based on

the chilling tale by the author of The Woman In White

Widower Stephen Rayburn’s young daughter Lucy runs back to him from the woods in Kensington Gardens. He can see that she’s frightened. “Is it the dog?” he asks. “It’s not the dog,” she answers. “It’s the lady … I think she might be mad!” The ghostly woman Stephen meets leads him into …

… a web of lust and revenge that reaches out from beyond the grave.

Mark Homer (Eastenders) stars as Stephen Rayburn.

Further star casting to be announced.

 

“Rumpus guarantees to set your heart racing!” (remotegoat.co.uk)

… but who will feel the ghost’s touch!

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“the haunting (in Wilkie Collins’ THE GHOST’S TOUCH!) continues to haunt the audience long after they have left the theatre” (Thanet Gazette)

 

Mark Homer is best known for his role as Tony Hills in EASTENDERS, while his other TV appearances include CASUALTY and SILENT WITNESS and most recently THE DUMPING GROUND. For Rumpus he has attracted excellent reviews in our highly successful productions of THE SIGNALMAN, THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM and NEVILLE’S ISLAND … “Mark Homer displays an acting talent which far exceeds his Eastenders credentials” (whatsonstage.com) … “outstanding” (remotegoat.co.uk).

 

Rumpus’s production of Wilkie Collins’ THE DEAD HAND “set the edge-of-the-seat mood of this haunting piece to perfection” (Derbyshire Times) while THE HAUNTED BRIDE was “fantastic … the audience jumped out of their skin” (The Public Reviews). Dickens’ THE SIGNALMAN was “an evening of old-fashioned spooky fun” (Kentish Times) and DRACULA’S GUEST! had “a brilliant

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Adult, Concession, Matinee Ticket, Matinee Ticket with Tea & Cake

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