Ghost Stories
“At their essence ghost stories provide the listener with a kind of pleasing terror”

Pan Narrans was built around the premise of Storytelling. Our name means “The Storytelling Ape” and all our shows so far have all dealt with the storytelling aspect of theatre. With that in mind, how could we let Halloween pass without creating a show around that age old tradition that is the Ghost Story!?

On the 29th October we will be hosting a night of Ghostly Tales at Accidental Theatre.

No Americanised holiday here! No pumpkins, or sweets, or superhero costumes. Just the spinechilling unease of a well told story.

Thursday 29th October
7.45pm (doors 7pm)
£5 online, £6 on the door
Accidental Theatre, Wellington Street

Bar on site

Featuring:
  • Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven retold by Michael Patrick “an experienced actor and a natural story teller” – Belfast Times
  • Excerpts from Conor McPherson’s The Weir performed by Patrick McBrearty and Catherine Rees “an exceptional level of acting talent” – TheatreBubble.com
  • The Poetry and stories of award winning local writer Phyllis McKenna
  • Spooky Stand-Up from NI Comedian Luke McGibbon “Excellent” – Gigging NI
  • Jonathan Bailie’s Butterflies “Bailie has created a cautionary tale for our times, which could find resonance in just about any large town or city” – Culture NI
  • The Scampi Chips and Tartar Sauce Experience Lunch Time Halloween Special with Garry Crossan and Chris Grant
  • A brand new performance piece by local artist Gavin Turtle.
  • Stories adapted from Pat McCabe’s The Dead School performed by Owen McCavana

 More acts TBC

Tickets from the Accidental Theatre Website – http://www.accidentaltheatre.co.uk/box-office/ghost-stories