Wed, 10 May|
Hauntings starring Gerard Logan
Hauntings is an evening of three tales of the supernatural from two of the world’s greatest writers of ghost stories, E.F. Benson and M.R. James. Directed by GARETH ARMSTRONG Music by SIMON SLATER
Time & Location
10 May, 19:30 – 21:00
Aldridge Theatre, Frensham Heights Rd, Rowledge, Farnham GU10 4EA, UK
About the event
Hauntings is an evening of three tales of the supernatural from two of the world’s greatest writers of ghost stories, E.F. Benson and M.R. James.
From E.F. BENSON, famed for his Mapp and Lucia comic novels, comes:
Naboth’s Vineyard - in which just desserts are meted out to an unscrupulous lawyer,
The Hanging of Alfred Wadham - in which the forces of the devil test a man of faith to his limits.
From the acknowledged master of the ghost story genre, M.R. JAMES, comes:
Oh, Whistle and I’ll Come to You, My Lad - in which a medieval spirit strikes terrorizes an arrogant professor.
With masterful storytelling from the award-winning actor Gerard Logan, Hauntings will transport you to a darker, more sinister world of the unexpected and the unexplainable.
“Logan is astounding....He takes a strong script and flies it to the stars”
Edinburgh Festival 2016 Review – 5 STARS
“Watching Logan work is like being privy to a wonder of nature and remains with you ... A true masterpiece of solo performance”
The Edinburgh Guide - Edinburgh Festival 2015 – 5 STARS
Gerard Logan won The Stage “Best Solo Performer of the 2011 Edinburgh Festival Award” for his acclaimed performance in Gareth Armstrong’s production of Shakespeare’s The Rape of Lucrece. He won the "Best Actor" award at the 2014 Buxton Fringe Festival and was nominated for the Michael MacLiammoir Award for “Best Male Performance” at the 2016 International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival for his performance in
Wilde Without the Boy.
Gareth Armstrong has developed and directed many successful solo shows, including his own award-winning “Shylock”.
Hauntings is also underscored by a beautiful, original and specially commissioned score by the award-winning RSC composer, Simon Slater.