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Why theatre is the perfect place for horror

With horror festivals retreating to the dark, dank places from whence they came, let’s take a moment to remember why theatre is the perfect home for horror. Just as August belongs to Edinburgh and December to pantomime and endless adaptions of … Continue reading

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LHF 2018: Interview with Katy Danbury

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With the London Horror Festival 2018 (LHF) now underway, with meat cleaver in hand, we caught up with producer, Katy Danbury to learn more about the UK’s largest festival of live horror. How did the London Horror Festival start? The … Continue reading

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HORROR THEATRE: LHF 2018 INTERVIEW WITH JOSEPH WILLIS

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The London Horror Festival has now kicked off! We checked in with Joseph Willis, organiser of this year’s Horror Playwriting Competition, to see what he has to say about this year’s contest. What’s important to you about horror theatre? Horror … Continue reading

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7 EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL HORROR HIGHLIGHTS

As the Fringe is now over, let’s look at our 7 Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018 horror highlights, and where they’ll be off to next. Providence H.P. Lovecraft believed life was hideous and his was no exception. Winner of the VAULT Festival … Continue reading

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