139 Copeland Road – A New Horror Experience

Halloween might be over, but that doesn’t mean that the fun has to stop… Introducing 139 Copeland Road, a new interactive horror experience from Abbey Normal Theatre, who are combining their love of horror and immersive theatre into this unique and terrifying show.

139 Copeland Road

The premise is set in 1974, where Mary Collins and her two children burned to death without a trace. Guided by a renowned psychic, we will revisit their home at 139 Copeland Road and attempt to reconnect with the past.

The show runs for all of November, and you can grab yourself a ticket here.

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