Join resting actor Alfred St John Merrimoon once again, as he regales his audience with more unsettling tales of seasonal spooks, winter wraiths and Christmastime horrors. Huddle closer to the fireplace and keep away from the shadows, for who knows what might be lurking just out of sight? An amusingly chilling way to usher in this special time of year!
Jonathan Goodwin plays Merrimoon in a show scripted by himself, and co-directed by Goodwin and Gary Archer.
£20 per person, booking essential.
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- Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
14+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
- Meeting point
Please make your way up from our car park to the Manor. Front door of the Manor, doors open at 7pm. Performance begins at 7:30pm.
- What to bring and wear
Please no stiletto heels or large bags. Please wear warm clothing as the Manor can get very chilly in the winter months. Bring a torch as the pathways between the car park and Manor are unlit.
We have a buggy which can drive you to the Manor from the car park and ramp access to the Great Parlour where the event will be performed. Sorry, we cannot accommodate mobility scooters inside. Toilets are located in a separate building across from the Manor.
Please be aware that our disabled and visitor toilets are in a separate building away from the Manor. This performance will have a short interval, during this time refreshments can be purchased from the tea-room. Please note that refreshments cannot be taken back into the Manor. This event will take place inside in the Great Parlour of the Manor. Please meet at the front door of the Manor; the doors will open at 7pm for a start time of 7:30pm.
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