Line up confirmed! Scare Slam at the London Horror Festival

A night of chilling storytelling produced by Blackshaw Theatre Company

Lovers of scary stories, unite. Adding the fear factor to increasingly popular spoken word nights, storytellers from across the Horrorfest and beyond will share their worst (or should that be best?) nightmares at Blackshaw’s third annual Scare Slam.

Chris Lincé – The Scratch 

A woman suffering from workplace bullying, discovers a mysterious scratch on her arm.

Reece Connolly – The Fatberg of Whitechapel 

Comedy-horror spoken word told from the perspective of the 130 tonne, 250 m long ‘fatberg’ discovered in a sewer in East London.

Stack 10 Theatre/Ed Hartland – Murder of Crows

A crow is kicked to death. Crows remember faces, crows hold grudges, and one night a murder of them come for a reckoning. 

Dan Weatherer – The Watching Eye

When Tom and Angela buy Wayside Cottage, they’re hoping for an escape from the rat-race, a slower pace of life in the countryside.  They might get more than they bargained for…

Joseph Willis – The Watcher 

When a man discovers a pale figure stood watching his house and a mysterious doll in his child’s possession, his sanity and family’s safety will come into question; as he tries to work out what it wants, and more terrifyingly, what it’s going to do next. 

Liam Steward-George – Big Eyes 

Modern look at Little Red Riding Hood set in the context of a club and taxi

Date: Monday 23rd October 2017

Time: 7pm (1hr)

Venue: Old Red Lion, 418 St John Street, London, EC1V 4NJ

Tickets: £10/8 – 0844 4124307 –www.oldredliontheatre.co.uk

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