On 23rd December 1876, tragedy befell the lighthouse at Skerryvore. The three crewmen vanished, leaving a meal on the table and a fire in the grate. Only Mary was left. A little girl with nowhere to go. A witness without a memory. But tonight, 23 years later and via the miracle of mesmerism, Professor Barrett will return Mary to the eye of the storm. At last, she will tell all she knows about the tragedy at Skerryvore, finding redemption in the process. That is, if everything goes to plan…
Skerryvore: A Tale of Terror returns to the Old Operating Theatre and the London Horror Festival following a sell-out tour in the spring. It's the perfect spooky treat for a winter's night. Here's what audiences in the UK have been saying about the show:
"a compelling and completely engaging tale"; "it caught, entertained and held me to the end"; "an unforgettable evening of Victorian mystery and mesmerism!"; "outstanding performances from Rob Allender and Rachel McCarron"; "you’ll be on the edge of your seat throughout!"
SKERRYVORE lasts for one hour. Please note: the venue is accessed via a steep spiral staircase!