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A haunted tale of memory and loss

Set in Japan in the early 1980s, Kwaidan tells the story of Haru, a young woman who comes back to her abandoned childhood home after many years of absence. As the story unfolds the house seems to be inhabited by spirits and ghosts from the past and the memory of a terrible event resurfaces.

Kwaidan is a cinematic and atmospheric piece for teenagers and adults inspired by Japanese ghost stories and horror movies. It features life-sized puppets, humanettes, shadows, acting and videos.

“The audience is kept on the edge of their seats” Total Theatre

“an unsettling and unique theatrical experience” The Upcoming

Book Tickets

  • Tue 24 October 7.30pm

Tickets: £15

Concessions £13

Schools £11

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