A Trilogy of Horrors: Vol 1
TumbleDry Theatre return with their sell-out production of three classic horror stories from three great writers.
About A Trilogy of Horrors: Vol 1
Sorry, but this event has been and gone!
TumbleDry Theatre return with their sell-out production of three classic horror stories from three great writers. In Dickens’ The Signal Man, a schoolmistress tells of an unnerving meeting with a man who claims to be visited by a prophetic ghost. Mary Shelley’s The Mortal Immortal follows a man working as an alchemist and his search for the elixir of life, whilst Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart is a chilling account of a woman’s descent into paranoia, delving into the darkest parts of the human soul.
2 for 1 Mon 5 & Tue 6 Aug
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for A Trilogy of Horrors: Vol 1 are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
Other Events at Scottish Storytelling Centre or Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Theatre Events you might like...
28th Jan 2020 - 1st Feb 2020
Kings Theatre Edinburgh, Edinburgh South
Jings, crivvens! Help ma boab! Don't miss the the awfy braw brand new musical, Oor Wullie, when it comes to the King's Theatre Edinburgh in January 2020!
29th January 2020
Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh West
Come and join Imaginate for an evening of new works-in-progress for young audiences by artists based in Scotland, presented in partnership with the Traverse Theatre.
Nights Out Events you might like...
25th January 2020
The Hub, Edinburgh Old Town
Join us at The Hub, in the heart of Edinburgh, to celebrate the life of Robert Burns at our shared Burns Supper and Ceilidh party night.
25th January 2020
Stewart Brewing, Loanhead
Celebrate the great Robert Burns with a special evening at Stewart Brewing including live music from Johnston and Gordon!
Find other events in Edinburgh
Annasach Ceilidh Band invites you to our informal celebration of The Bard's birthday in the hidden gem of Edinburgh’s Old Town, The Counting House.
Come celebrate Scotland's greatest poet in true Scottish style with a Burns Ceilidh at The Three Sisters!
The story of THE LION KING is miraculously brought to life using masks, puppets and striking costumes to tell the story of young Simba's epic adventures.
The most comprehensive exhibition ever mounted on tyrannosaurs is coming to the National Museum of Scotland, bringing the latest palaeontological discoveries to life.
Come along for a light-hearted introduction to the bard and some of his works at Edinburgh Castle.
Advertise With Us
Looking to reach new customers? We offer a variety of advertising options with prices starting from just £30 per month!
Click here to find out more »