‘Horror’ At The Peacock Theatre

Tonight (23rd May) sees the launch of the outstanding ‘Horror’ at the Peacock Theatre in London.  Running until mid-June, the production has already received some outstanding reviews, and we’ll be sure to follow it up with our own very shortly.

Horror at the Peacock Theatre

A deserted mansion. A young woman returns to the place of her bleak childhood. No longer able to suppress memories of her cruel parents and strange sister, she is forced to confront the past and some terrible truths.

Jakop Ahlbom’s imaginative homage to the horror movie genre is ingenuously gruesome, genuinely scary and very funny. Referencing classic spine-chillers as well as more recent horror masterpieces like The Shining, Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist, Horror will have you shuddering at the edge of your seat.

Horror the show now returns after critical acclaim when it was presented at the 2016 Mime Festival. Don’t miss out on this journey into fear and fun, with all the mystery, gore and logic-defying illusions you could wish for.

Check out the trailer below (it’s a little NSFW, so be warned!)

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