Truly, Jack the Ripper
1888. Victorian London. Jack the Ripper is committing his audacious crimes. The murders were never solved and the legends surrounding these crimes have captured public imagination to the present day.
Join Inspector Frederick Abberline of Scotland Yard and other characters as they live through the fear and horror of the time and as he examines theories surrounding the true identity of the infamous Saucy Jack, the Whitechapel Horror himself. Adapted from classic stories based around the Ripper theme, including “The Lodger”. Theatrical Victorian storytelling at its finest!
Don’t Go into the Cellar! theatre company bring new adaptations of nineteenth-century literature’s greatest ghost and horror stories to modern-day audiences. This is the company’s first visit to Leek.
Tickets at the Foxlowe £13.00 or online at https://www.wegottickets.com/event/533615
And remember, just a week later, another dose of horror: the classic 20s silent film Nosferatu with specially composed atmospheric and thrilling music played live. Friday 25 February.
‘A superbly sinister live score by the soundtrack group Minima.’ Financial Times
★★★★★ ‘[A] haunting masterpiece of silent cinema.’ Empire Magazine