Quick Q&A: The Ghost of Chesterton House

Where and when: From the 18th June onwards (Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday) at the Millfield Theatre.

What it’s all about… An unwary lodger grows to regret their choice, when they experience the true horrors that live at Chesterton House. After several successful tours and a positive opening reception at the Millfield Theatre, The Ghost of Chesterton House is relaunching on the 18th June, with a new cast and fresh scares!

Running every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7pm, 8pm – and if you’re brave enough – the late showing at 9pm, horror comes to life in this theatrical, immersive seance experience. Scare Tour called it “absolutely terrifying – 5 stars”. Millfield Theatre audience have called this experience: “Amazing, absolutely amazing”, “Creative, immersive, scary – highly recommend”, “Sheer brilliance – will be coming again soon.”

Experience The Ghost of Chesterton House at Millfield Theatre. Tickets are selling fast, do not miss out on your chance to experience this once in a lifetime immersive production. For more information visit http://ghostroom.co.uk

You’ll like it if… You like traditional ghost stories, immersive productions, horror and the supernatural.

You should see it because… The show is ever changing. New scares are added almost weekly. People come back time and time again to see how we’ve taken on their feedback and made the show even scarier. The show only seats 14 people and you are placed in the centre of the action. There is nothing quite like this in the whole of London.

Anything else we should know…: We recommend the show for audiences 16 and up, but anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Where to follow:
Twitter: @ghostroomuk
Facebook: @ghostroomuk
Instagram: @ghostroomuk

Book here: https://www.millfieldtheatre.co.uk/whats-on/the-ghost-of-chesterton-house/

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