|31st October 2021|
Usher Hall Lothian Road, Edinburgh West EH1 2EA
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Ahoy! Family favourite and first mate, Owen, has been given orders by the dreaded Cap’n Tootlepuff to create a swash-buckling supernatural show aboard HMS CC-Sea this Hallowe’en, along with his band of ghostly pirates from the RSNO and RSNO Junior Chorus. With creepy classics, spooky sound waves and nautical nonsense up his sleeves (he knows the ropes), he’s ready to give a Jaws-dropping performance that’ll impress phantom fans in the audience. Guaranteed to be a whale of a good time…Ghost Ship will reel you in for more!
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