A new horror-theatre experience, set in an old Victorian police station.
We all know that ghost stories aren’t real, right?
Well… what if they were?
Bespectacled Theatre Company invite you to their latest production – Liverpool Unearthed: The Bridewell – a once-in-a-lifetime ghostly experience which will haunt you for all the right reasons! This October, the emerging theatre company, in collaboration with Hope Street Limited and the Bridewell Studios, aren’t just telling ghost stories. They are inviting you to try and live through one.
The Prescott Street Bridewell, opposite the Royal Hospital, has long been celebrated as a home for the artists who create and exhibit their work in the building. Bespectacled Theatre Company will instead show you a parallel world where the artists have been driven out by greedy developers, in a generation where student flats seem to be taking over.
You are invited to the building’s open house by LEAP Developments on the evening of its intended sale, to walk its forgotten corridors and spooky corners. As night falls and you wander deeper into The Bridewell, the night begins to take a terrifying turn. It becomes apparent that the Bridewell is coming back to life, or more appropriately, back from the dead…
Devised by the cast, written and directed by Franki Le-Voguer, Liverpool Unearthed: The Bridewell will be the first in a series exploring the forgotten corners of Liverpool, combining history with mystery in a chilling performance.
Liverpool Unearthed: The Bridewell is to be performed at the Bridewell Studios, 101 Prescot Street. Performance dates are as follows:
- Thursday 19th October 2017 – 8:00pm
- Friday 20th October 2017 – 6:30pm; 8:00pm
- Saturday 21st October 2017 – 6:30pm; 8:00pm; 12:00am
The age limit for this production is 16 and above. Limited Accessibility. Please wear sensible footwear… just in case you need to run.
Tickets for this production can be purchased here. You can catch Liverpool Unearthed: The Bridewell and other performances in many unusual locations at Hope Street Ltd’s On The Verge Festival.
The Founder of How To Do Theatre, Tom is heavily involved in all aspects of this online theatre magazine and wants to help create a fantastic resource for everyone who may need it. He is also a graduate of the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Young Writers course so when not writing for this website he is off scribbling plays of his own.