Save the date: Audience with the Ghost Finder premier details announced

Blackshaw Theatre and the Wandsworth Arts Festival and Fringe team have confirmed all the important details for the premier of my surreal and spooky debut stage play, Audience with the Ghost Finder:

Dates and times: 7:30pm, 8, 9, 10, 15 & 17 May 2013

Venue: The Selkirk Upstairs, 60 Selkirk Road, SW17 0ES (nearest tube: Tooting Broadway, Northern Line)

Tickets: £10 (one ticket gets you into both Audience with the Ghost Finder and Katie McCullough‘s London Pride).

All that’s left to be worked out now is the cast and crew (pretty important from my point of view) and how to book tickets (pretty important from your point of view). To keep up to date on things like that, follow @BlackshawUpdate on Twitter, Like Blackshaw on Facebook – or click “Keep me updated” to the right.

Here’s how both plays in the double bill will be described in the Wandsworth Arts Festival and Fringe brochure:

A Theatrical Double Bill.

London Pride by Katie McCullough

In Shelly’s rundown pub dreams are revived, hope falters and someone’s looking for a fight.

A new arrival sends ripples through Shelly’s humdrum life and riles Joe, a regular determined to defend his territory.

Audience with the Ghost Finder by M. J. Starling

1912. To lift a cruel curse, ab-natural investigator Carnacki must tread the border between enlightenment and madness.

Sherlock Holmes meets Ghostbusters in this original tale of William Hope Hodgson’s classic character, Carnacki the ghost finder.


About M. J. Starling

Writer, and host of the Schenectady Six-Pack podcast. Gave William Hope Hodgson's ghost-finder, Carnacki, his stage debut.


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