In the of Winter 1897 a stranger comes to the quiet English village of Iping. Nameless and faceless he emerges from a snow-storm like some ghostly apparition. Shutting himself away from the curious locals he begins to carry out his mysterious experiments. Before long, the villager's curiosity has given way to a deadly, unseen terror… Does the Devil himself walk amongst them?
Wells prophetic tale of a scientist destroyed by his astonishing discovery has captivated imaginations for a 120 years. Following a highly successful professional premiere at Harrogate Theatre last year, friend of RLT Rob Johnston has allowed us to present this gripping new production, exploring Wells' themes of identity, self-esteem, betrayal and madness… and with just three actors.
Whilst previously patrons have been able to park for free during evening performances on the car park opposite, Asda have now employed Parking Eye to manage their car park which gives 3 hour free parking and is monitored by number plate recognition cameras 24 hours a day.
There are alternative car parks at:
Water StreetCroft Street
Evening charges: 6pm to midnight £1.00
Any patrons concerned about returning to their car after the show can ask a member of our Front of House staff to accompany them.
Casting to commence shortly
Director - Peter Wright