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21/12/2019 9:00 pm - 10:40 pm

Ghost Stories For Christmas 2019

Ghost Stories For Christmas 2019

Now in its 7th year, the original Brighton Ghost Stories For Christmas charity fundraiser returns to The Lantern Theatre from 18th to 21st December 2019.

Featuring stories by Ramsey Campbell, John Paul Fitch and Neil Gaiman, this year we return to our roots and are raising funds for The Clocktower Sanctuary, the charity we supported with our very first show.

Join us for a glass of mulled wine and tales of messages from beyond the grave, mysterious wedding gifts, and a dark fable about a man who hates Christmas....

Tickets are £10 and include a glass of mulled wine or mulled apple juice on arrival

For the shows from the 18th to 20th doors will open at 7.30pm with the performance starting at 8.00pm. On the 21st doors will open at 8.30pm with the performance starting at 9.00pm to allow audience members to attend The Burning of The Clocks.

Please note that there is no late entry to performances - please ensure that you are punctual to avoid missing out!

Running time 1 hour 15 minutes and a 20 minute interval.

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