Tag Archives: Sam Essame

LHF Review: Him Indoors

Sam returned to The Pleasance in Islington for his fifth and final review of this year’s London Horror Festival: Cheekyita’s comedy horror Him Indoors. Sold as “The Mighty Boosh meets The Wicker Man” (with demonic eels), the story starts with … Continue reading

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LHF Review: What The Dolls Saw

In this review from The London Horror Festival, Sam settled in for a night at The Pleasance to see the latest addition to the House of Macabre repertoire: Nic Lamont’s What the Dolls Saw. A funeral. A recently deceased father. … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Infinity Land

Sam returns to The Pleasance once again, this time to their more intimate Stage Space to see Somna Theatre Company’s one-woman horror Infinity Land. Before I’d even set-off to the theatre, I spotted a Twitter sneak peek of the set … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Scare Slam

London Horror Festival: SS

With Hallowe’en in the air and the London Horror Festival in full swing, Sam stopped by its new venue to see Blackshaw Theatre’s Scare Slam: its fifth annual night of spooky stories.   The main stage of The Pleasance Theatre … Continue reading

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LHF Review: Last Orders: The Haunting Of The Old Red Lion

Kick-starting this year’s London Horror Festival is Last Orders: The Haunting Of The Old Red Lion by The Knock Knock Club, shining a light into the dark recesses of the Big Smoke’s oldest pub theatre and asking “who’s there…?” Sam went … Continue reading

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