Company: Robert Lloyd Parry
"... he put his hand into the well-known nook under the pillow. Only it did not get so far. What he touched was, according to his account, a mouth. With teeth. And with hair about it. And, he declares, not the mouth of a human being ..."
In Casting the Runes we meet the unforgettable ‘Abbot of Lufford’, Mr. Karswell – magic lanternist, historian of the occult, and scourge of the academic establishment. The story is perhaps best known for being the source for the classic 1950s horror film ‘Night of the Demon.’
It is partnered here by one of James’s most neglected masterpieces: The Residence at Whitminster in which a dark shadow is cast over the precinct of a peaceful English church . . .
“Storytelling at its best . . . ” The Stage
WARNING: CONTAINS MOMENTS OF PLEASING TERROR!
Suitable for ages 13+
Showing as part of the Abertoir Wales Horror Festival – see page ? for full details.
Performance lasts approx 100 minutes including interval.