Why See The Enfield Haunting?
Based on true events
Catherine Tate and David Threlfall make their West End returns in this chilling new play from Paul Unwin. Detailing the supernatural events that overtook a London family in the late 70s, Tate plays single mum Peggy Hodgson as she attempts to save her children during one of the most mindbending and terrifying poltergeist visitations the country has ever seen. As night falls, Thelfall joins the petrified family as Maurice Grosse, the ghost hunter tasked with putting a stop to the ghostly antics.
Created by Unwin, after conversations with a famed poltergeist expert and based on accounts of eyewitnesses, this absolutely terrifying tale is set to scare audiences silly from November 2023!
Opening night: 30 November 2023
You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.
Cast and Creative
Catherine Tate as Peggy Hodgson
David Threlfall as Maurice Grosse
Written by Paul Unwin
Directed by Angus Jackson
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