Uncanny Collective: Warnings To The Curious

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Uncanny Collective have announced their first online festival!

Warnings to the Curious is a virtual festival celebrating the tradition of telling ghost stories at Christmas.

The festivities start on Wednesday 16th December with two free events – a creepy Christmas quiz and a reading of M. R. James’ A Warning To The Curious. Both will take place on Uncanny Collective’s YouTube Channel.

The following nights will feature a mixture of storytelling, performances and other events designed to bring you a healthy dose of creepy festival cheer.

There will be a combination of both brand new writing from a host of talented artists and performers and classic stories from legendary writers of the macabre. There will also be a giveaway or two and the chance to vote for your favourite Christmas ghost stories and films.

More Info & Tickets Here

Tickets for the individual shows are £6 each (except the free Wednesday events) and you can purchase a full access festival pass for only £20.

Wednesday 16 December

7pm: Creepy Christmas Quiz
with Uncanny Steve (FREE)

8.30pm: A Warning To The Curious by M. R. James
Read by Uncanny Collective (FREE)

Thursday 17 December

7pm: The Judge’s House by Bram Stoker
Read by Evelyn Greenwood

Friday 18 December

7pm: Baby It’s Cold Inside
A new ghost story written by Rhiannon Owens
Performed by Natalie Winter

8.30pm: A Blind Date With A Ghost
Created by Finn McCauley and Anna McIntosh

Saturday 19 December

5pm: When The Walls Speak
Written by Corey McMillan
Read by Connor Meddings and Sara Lynam

7pm: The Yellow Wallpaper
By Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Performed by Katy Mulhern

8.30pm: A Haunted Reading
Written and performed by Jamieson Ridenhour

Sunday 20 December

5pm: The Haunter Of The Dark by H. P. Lovecraft
Read by Hugh La Lume

7pm: The Rose Garden
Adapted from the story by M. R. James
Written by W.S. Gonçalves, performed by Katja Quist

 

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